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„,, day a«d >•*>"»• »<wget old King t na r°" c *" ,hro '" "*eee OR 2tlS *"t »' *'** w.i*#ew. «-•«• o' »n a«f* 4 t * - *> VOL. U. NO »»"■«" * Cum to Clean Up HMPill HILLMAN GETS TWO AND A HALF YEARS HOTEL TO BLAME Jary Scores Management of Wa»hington Natator ium for Giri't Death. •W», t»• jury cm' ed to inquire ■to iht cjuwi 3# IM of P«art Int U year* jM, ) »d that CK»« t® h«r daatn fty drowning in I)« tt tm Wa«- -gton natatc to*, and »« feel that it «n tiutrt If cnrnnil cj'* ttftu and -«9 act if the grossest »ort of the pat < t*« nuiitg<«<n'. B# the sa>d •aaoi'gtc natatonaf" in not em ft****? pn—r. auff-e «nt and com Mt*«t help to 'oo« «ft«r patrons at d femes ta d natats'ium » ooen lathe pwH'C." f. K. Alamo, fore ana: Oocj« C. Bennett. W. E. Mm. t •rvn.ni, L. Vimai* J. P. Prtmtf. Tka >u the verdict returned by t Joy 11 Deputy Coroawri fcttkeirk -oda.T after the death ol fori Koof 11. drowa<"l a the Aattagtoc JCatatoriun Tte Inn did bm fail to score B«r» 8 Honu! taMranar ta the art at (Wheat* / aad life-savtaig. j Ms Koih ' a young G»ns«o at Mrtaat. *b »i. supposed t«» he • wart. and tfc* aiu<»a*at of tk*MtetMtua .« general WKtltfi" U oo<«4. Tv the teptorable aeeideßt. K*»tfa whertaljcmts are sot known Snt denier! td!t; that be • ;«*• ' to Kaopr af'er the "Do m ant •« «f U*er» and toll this farr that aft*r »wh a terrible ar tttrai 70* did not lank up the man m wifl and 4*maz<! u account of (ka affair " 1 <Uds' tktnx ot It,™ answered B«r*a 1 waa nctt«d " D*9«tj Proaecutcr Butler, who ■ateed Corwr Bortk la the examination of wfr mm today aaxl be might bring »tkarg« of perjury Mn Moore. mother of the fcceaad girl, offered a pathetic •*tack aa »h» eobblagiy took j Me ttaad "Tb# last werds •>-« ta d to *•«.* aa<d tit* Choking •jr. Yov don't need to "•"7. aaama. to alwaya a maa tN't to ta«« care of •a'" M thi« point Mrt Moore k'#*# 4»w« eompiete'y. and *t «aa cscused. Maa»i»r PWee of the natator-1 !w waa aaked an4»r what naleo b* tank «»» He re- Mftad: w«n w* rin it nrwt all 18 tor the most money we -an ■•M." Pierre d»r,: d kaowle<lse , * Knopf a whereafarj-ita. "I ipieeo »aa afraid to coaae around." he. "Aar*a>- 1 haven't aeen . 'nw" Mooro today aaid ahe in- < 'nd«d to file »«!t for damaxea •lalaai the owaera and mana*»- of the nataior' jro Thla af '■mxjti ahe aaid ahe would roofer •Sk IkMaeatias Attorney Mnrpfc/ Tiat Henry a Horan awtmmtng mrKterr at the Waahlnifton aata '•'tott. conid hare aared the life # f«arl Mcw.r- the 12 y<>*roid wi who waa drownM laat •T. tkad h» plun<- 1 into the tank. of firat going to the dreaa- room u> change hi« clothe, waa " Maenlor. made by fire wlt ***** hafor* the eor one r" a Jury Kitty Bragg, Mo He I Elliott and ( ***** OUarr. unl*»ralty • denta w>Hr lr»tne and Mabel N'eli. <*b«r witr.'*.«<■» ail j ' Horan. 4*af to th»-ir appeala Z* ■■•tote help, turned away r™ th« drowning Ti<tino. walked y.** fcwailf rtjfim, later ap- 1 IT* * 1,1 hi* bathing aolt. wh»n nt,ai i; , dtvwl into the water and h ' '«'■ the girl* Uxiy Horan flatly der all of the rtatem^<>. Moor- the rktlm. waa ij, ' Th«- lr,T<Hitlga * rtanmxl hla mornicg. »*****•*»» we e www * W VITf R »HUTOFF NOTICE * ta,.. " r *•" b" off on W * and r"' * T 1 a w t). W* . tooiorro * from W , «• ®. twtu 6 p o. » Can You Solve the Mystery of the 24 Pennies OLD MINISTER MA Y BE PARDONED Ret t B Sutton will probably n«**er see the tasMe of a prison cell Lone before pro. ease* of the lasr start toward the penitentiary ; the old mia later. whoae technical violation of the election law* The , Star old of yesterday there II he a petition go tip to Governor May for his pardon that will shahs the capital building at Otyaapia And heading IM namea en that petition w«ll be that e* John f. Murphy, under whose direction Rev. Mr Suttsn was prosecuted. John Murphy Has done hi» duty aa a public prosecutor He >s now -sady to do h«s duty a* a man. Murphy dtda t start the rasa against Mr. Suttotv That «*• t»- stitnted by the oid GUI fun. after the prosecutor announced that ihe was cotnc to follow *p those guilty of ••lection frauds AFTEK ELECTION Br« thought they d get eveu with htm by forcing htm to prosecute J*. Sot ion Gill opealy boasted on the platform that he would pat the old minister in the pen HE HAO TO PROSECUTE When warrants are sworn out. It Is the prosecutor's duty to '"ou tlet if he ran And Murphy had m alternative. It waa aa easy Job. tor Mr Sutton admitted In advance all that they charged against him. ; namely, that be bad Ignorant!? violated the 'election taws It wasn't an attempt at fraud The woman he registered at her own request j did not even vols. Murphy did his duty "Now I am ready to sign a recommendation for his pardon." said ! Murphy Last night "Anybody uho wants to criticise me for doing so j can go ahead " » THsrstl bs thousands of names on that pet»t>sn if Governor Hay tetania than*. If m <■ doubtful aa ts the way Seattle people feel, he tan get more names on hie petition than O. T. Crick son got votes foe councilman. But Hay wont need them Or safe them. In the meantime this old minister, knowing thnt he is Innocent of any wrong Intent, stands stalling for the law to act. ready to tabs bia medicine If it Is demanded of him HE ASKS NO SYMPATHY He's not n pitiful figure-- Rev E. B Saltan. He nabs no one's lympnthy. but stands squarely on his own fast, facing the world for j he's been n T'aion noldler. At 11. when most boys sre entering high school. E B Sutton had Joined the Ninth Michigan cavalry Not aa a drummer boy. but aa a soldier And when n gruff regular army officer Inspected the rwgl ment be iooked sharply at young Sutton, then aahed his age. "Fifteen." said the boy He wouldn't He. even to get Into the army. "Step to the reaw." said the officer, curtly Tours not supposed to talk bach to an officer, especially to aa 1 officer of the regular army But young Sutton did "That Isn't what I came here for." be spoke op. looking the army man la the eye. "I came here to fight." HAD THE FIGHTING SPIRIT The boy's fighting spirit touched the heart of the old fighter, j "Go ahead and fight, then." he said. And Sutton did fight—Steer through to the bitter and. Through 57 btoody battles, without aver losing one day from hia place in the ranks, the boy Sutton played a man'a part. And whan hs wss finally mustered ovt three months sfter the surrsndsr st Appo mstos. M was just IS. That s the kiad of a maa bs >*-~thta old minister that crooked politicians tried to crucify on technical charges. It's a war record that any maa la America could be proud of. And he'll nsver go ts ths psmtsntisry, in aplts of all ths petty politicians m Ssattle. And John Murphy, after doing hia sworn duty aa prosscutor. will go on efts r ths rsal a .set .on crooks—ths msn whs stesl wards and colonize floaters. "The Mystery of the 24 Pennies" Bestanlng la The Star Monday, a chapter will be printed each day of a mystery story It will be called The Mystery of the 14 Lucky Pennies." Four of these pennies will be hidden down town every day They will be in PLAIN SIGHT But you can't find them unless you read the chapter tn The Star on Monday That will give you plenty of plain cloes, and you can find the pennies with a minutes search —providing you read carefully and apply your skill to the task of unravelling the clues! For each of these pennies returned the same day to The Star office you wUI be given two best reserved seats at some leading theatre Ticket* good for performance the following evening THIS IS THE ONLY CONOITION: No person will be per mitred to reap the reward the second time This gives 24 readers of The Star two seats each- 4S seat* wit! be given sway daring the week. The clues to the bidden pennies will be found in the regular after noon edition of The Star on Monday. Get a copy as early as you can —buy It on the street and the rest win be easy. ♦ »OSSYS STOMACH WAS JUNK SHOP * # VALLEJO, Cat, April 1-— * # Because his cow coughed corv # # stantly, neighbors forced Hen- * # ry Studer to kHI the animal, as * # it w»s be'ieved she was a vie- * # tim of tuberculosis. But this * # surmise proved all wrong. A * » post mortem eaamination # # showed that the cow had tried * # to make a junk shop of its # # stomach. Among the articles * # found in the stomach were a * # gold watch and chain, a dia- # #mond ring, a doer knob, a # # a pete of >ran thiin, several # tr pounds of nails, si* feet of * # barbed wire and 132 hair pine. # BAN ERANf.'IfIOO, April t —Col. R/7o«ev»tt is bidding hl« San Fran ciseo. Berkeley and Oakland friends gornl bye today. Tomorrow evening Col Rooeevelt wtll leave for Reno. Nev., where he will deliver an ad dress. The Seattle Star IT TAKES A BIT OF E VERYTHING TO MAKE THE OLD WORLD INTERESTING AND WORTH WHILE WERE VOU IN TMI RUSH* STRIKE WINNIPEG. April I.—More than 10,000 miners in Alberta and East em British Columbia went on strike at rmctfight. Coal supply throughout the district Is short and the condition la critical. NEWS ITEMS FROM THE HICKTOWN BEE ..i i«t»r » m*r> •(.. • (nwl fc« • » woman hal«r «»>» h>« » »»<! II . aauai'r *»n*r Laf* Wat«r<ao«r oto*cr-v«4 tbl> noon Vnt TM4T* kh Bill h*« r»'«lr»«1 • fteturlna ollir from a Chilean tlrrn l>. «»»at for «*• *m»rlc»n Ho«wh»l<l ry<ri' p»<lla BUI mbi th» Ik* II toder Atmut an that aotna folk* ha»a to •How for their Irani! la pirtur* carda and a >t»air« to basin aa»ln« mow w M»' f'fta haa «"t «:a«« bj. ■ « *.n h#r now i» real aural I tf •« ain't l«» d»»tr. In paramimia tills around Hb-ktows *• no» I hat th» f#ll«r thai la rolor irvir a fin* S*t« 11$ TS a ai>4 tIM Old Man oka dra«« 4>.«n a raar maoa«» l U *«t a-.;-t vita a s«a-«b. ONLY IINDCPCNDCNT NEWSPAPER IN SEATTLE SEATTLE, WASH SATURDAY. AI'KIL 1. 1911 » O. VOU STRAW HAT! OLD MINISTER WHO WAS TANGLED IN LAW'S MESHES Woman Says She Lived Like Slave Forced to live the life of a recluse in a forest for many years, compelled to do the manual labor ordinarily performed by men in civilized communities, and living the Ufe of a slave, la the burden of a divorce complaint fIW this morning by Joste Johnson against R T Johnson, a blacksmith tn the •■mploy of the Navy department at Bremerton. The couple were married is Seattle, alleges Mrs Johnson, six teen years ago Although there Is community property worth at least 115.000, according to the complaint, Mrs. John eon complains of (having BURGLAR WAS CAT NEW TORK. April 1. — "Hurry up I've got a burglar locked in the pantry " This message came Into the (Xth •t. police station, and two *le«tbs were immediately detailed on the Job. Drawing tt.eir guns, they tip toed to the door, suddenly unlocked It, and then—they saw a large Maltese rat about half through wltk a roest chicken. The rat had brushed against a plate. It fell and broke. HERE'S MERRY ROW NEW YORK. April I.—Magistrate Corrlcan today called May* Oay nor a liar when Gaynor eai.ed New York a clean city. Hp defied the mayor to remove blm. TTie (jaynor-rorrlgan row la the result of charge* by Corrlgan that vlre Is rampant In New York, that criminal* are protected, and that the police are demoralised WILLIE IS BACK WASHINGTON. April 1 —Will E. Humphrey. Seattle standpatter, returned to Washington yester day. after his trip to Central Amer ica on Morgan (teamer passes. Rev. E B. Sutton h*ea mad" to live la a forest In a little shscb. where she was com pelleil to clear land, chop wood, an<l do other manual labor W'heo ahs needed a hat, she had to chop three cords of wood to pay for K. she alleges. She complains of having had •cast clothing and little household furniture; that her husband lived away from home most of the time, that he kicked her, knocked her down, accused her of Infidelity, called ber abusive names, ordered her out of the house, and threat ened to bill her with an ax. They have three children. SHE OION'T RETURN SPRINGFIELD. Mass., April 1 — Ibsen could scarcely have conceived a better plot for a drama than came oat tn the divorce court here. John T Swenson started with his wife on the honeymoon trip to Sweden. She met an old sweetheart there snd never returned to America. iMtead she wrote him to get a dl vorce. and he reluctantly compiled. VALUABLE HAIR ! pOUTH BEND. Ind.. April I.—ln »»*rrhln« .Visa Far Wallett. de tained as a wltnpaa In th<» »ult ■KMIt rh.i'l I'.il utt. Sr $l> ••••0 In bond* ami It.ZOO In caah were found concealed In her hair. Tal eatt. worth half a million, la In Jail, having tound It Impossible to Ret f«,ee» ball. PITTSFIEU), Mass . April I.— Separated from her husband, who claim>d to be an Italian count. Mr*. Harriet M. Ferrari. 78. nearly blind, was burned to death In her apartment yesterday. Visitor —Do yon know what It is Ih-it Is mightier than the (word? Utile Bess -Oh! 1 s'po«e It's the automobile. A Nt« Knockout for Jchnaen. LOST HER ITALIAN GETTING READY FOR TEDDY. C. D. H 'lman BOSS COX MISSING CINCINNATI. Ohio. April I — O«o B. Co*. boas'" of Cincinnati, reindicted yesterr'sjr for perjury.' bti disappeared and effort* to fled bin hare failed Cox disappeared from bia office mod after the In dictment had been returned. Prosecutor Hunt this afternoon telephoned Gov Marshall of Indi ana. asking him to aid m the search for Cos lie antes Marshal! to order that Cox be held for the Ohio authorUiea If located In Indiana. • • * WORK FOB H. BRYAN. * * Ye«ter<iay The .Star printed * * ■ letter (rum H Hryan ap- • * I>e*llnK (or work The »torjr * * «u r*a<! bj Mam, r Drnnia * * of Ibf Pont tar Urlck Co , at * * Pootlac. Wwh . *>.■• promptly * * Informed The Star that he ha* * * work for *1* men the year * * «roon.t If Mr fir-van la oat of * * work. Manager Daanla asatirva * * him that he ran batr a job to * * the br; k rani at Pocttac at • * Kt>od *a**« 12 m->nth« In th« * *> rear. * * * HENRY FINDS HIS CHILDREN SAN ERANCISCO. April I—Al bert J. Henry, a clerk In the Seat- | tie Nations! bsnk. today secured a writ of habeas corpua. ordering j Pearl Wlckhoff. a San Krancisco j nurse, to produce his children. Al-1 bert and Ivy, In court here next : Tuesday at noon. CLARK GETS II WASHINGTON. April 1— At a secret caucus of the house demo crats here today, Champ Clark v waa nominated for apeaker wltnout op position. Burleson of Texas waa chairman of the caucus. Sulxer of New York came from the caucus momentarily and told the reporters In waiting that he would be chairman of the foreign affairs committee. Ashbrook of Ohio la acting secretary. HE DIED ON LAND. BOSTON. April I—After braving the peril* of the depth* of the sea moat of hla life, Capt. John Olsen, a direr well known for hla daring, died today aa the result of a rail road accident. CHEAP AT Another professor has figured It out thar 10 cents a day is enough to prortde the needed food for one man * living The rest he says pays for the flavor. Me is Prof. J. L. Henderson of the Harvard Medi cal school. SCOTTY'S COME BACK RENO. Nev., April I.—"Death Valley Scotty," the man of mys tery from the Euneral range, has again rome forth laden with golden nuggets, gathered from no one knows where, and worth no one knows how much. REE ESTATE MAN LUCKY C D Milltran, « nvi, t I nairc real e-tate shark, is a lucky man today. litllman. onvicted three week* ago yes terday f>n 13 charge* of ti«ing the L'nited States mails with fraudulent intent, wa» this sentenced by Judge Don worth to two years and six months imprisonment in the McNeills Island penitentiary and a fine of $ : .200 and costs. Al«)ut a \car at,"> Edward StuWty, convicted < ! the same offence on three counts only, was given six years on McNeills Island and $J.OOO fine. Hillnian wa- a lucky man t<day. llillman. convicted r\cr two months ago t'i»r tampering with the jury, was this morn ing sentenced to 20 days in the county jail. K J Kirk ami M J. Webb, who did the actual tampering in Hillman s intercut, were given -ix months in the federal peni tentiary and four month- in the county jail respectively. Millman was lucky. District Attorney F.lmer E. Todd, the man who got HiH- Btan. demanded a $200,000 bond, pemlmg the appeal to the cir cuit court of appeal*, to be furnished by some on« else than Hillman. and his demand was granted. A bond for 115 000. pending Jud*>- Don wort h» raiing on a motion for i an appeal on the Jury tampering nentcncw neit Monday, must alao be furnished Judge lion worth had denied Hill [ -nan's motion for a new trial, also the motion for stay o< Judgment. The court impoaed a sen tence of two years and si* months on eash of the IJ i counts, but he'll serve them all at once. Two years and a half is the total sentence. That is to say, Millman will, theoretically, aerve 13 years for each year spent in the peni tentiary. Hiilman is lucky. In imposing sentence, the court j •aid that Hiilman had been a force ! for eell in society. Judge Scores Jurors. In denying the motion for a new I trial, Judg> Don worth seTerely •cored many of the affidavits Intro-! duced by Hlliman's attorneys, as I being "unfounded" He scored j Jurors Beck. Hampton and Morse for making affidavits as to the in i ; flue nee on the Jury of .-e state-' i ments made by Jurors Bubb and' I Dairlwi. The court continued;. "No jury cou.d ever be secured that would acquit Hillman on ths evidence introduced in this trial. The guilt of the defend ant waa, in my judgment, proved mors conclualvsly than In any caae in my experience, either on the bench or at the bar. • • • "I should have felt that there would have been a miscarriage of juattcs had ths defendant been acquitted." FISHER BUSY WASHINGTON. April 1— Secre tary of the Intejior Fisher wtthdrew from entry today 6.7 V) acres of land In northern Washington state 1 and central 1" tah * Life's merry compensating * * ways * * On every aide we find; * * The Ice man takes his holl- * * days. * * The coal man has to grind * The Debtor—Well, old man, I'm going to marry a rich widow ne*t week. The Creditor—lndeed ? Well— Ahl Congratulate me, old chap! — Toledo Blade. THAT. When a woman meets a man who cannot b«> conquered by a few tears she makes up her mind that he is a bad character. Bobbie saw some puppies for sale "How much are they, Mr. BrownT" he politely asked. "Two dollars apiece," replied Brown. "But I don't want A PIECE — r I want a whole dog." explained Bobby. KIDS Will find their own department. The Star Circle Club, on page 4 of The Star today. A ipecal reward offered for neat weofc ought to be mighty Intereotlng Two Bonds Asked- HAPPINESS IN STORE. ONL CLNT. (Th« Drawing Would Not Fit ii 7>.« Space i OPPORIUNIIY 10 [NJOY yOURSfLF AND HELP A WORTHY CHARITY, 100 DENTON VANE. To give day workers a better chance to attend the great Ryther benefit performance at the Seattlo theatre on Monday, the affair will be held in the evening Instead of at the matinee, as was announced yes terday. In addition to the play "The Blua Moose." there will be a number of added features, one of them a vaudeville interlude offered by Den ton Vane. Every red cent over the actual operating expensea of the theatro on Monday night will be added to the fund for Mother Ryther's home. Benefit performances are always keenly delightful—and this one la going to be the best yet. Enjoy a splendid evening'* enter tainment and help Seattle's worthi est charity at the same time. Man ager Cort announces that there will be no advance In prices In view of the immense popular Interest in Monday night s performance, seats should be secured early. ARE THEY DONKEYS? Says the musical critic of a small Indiana city: Our ears have been cultivated until they over shadow all other organs It is funny how much oftener you could write to your sweetheart than you can to joar wife.