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Would YOU, Mr. Seattle Bachelor, .iw ji' marry without a good-Mired bank ac-jP BARES WOMAN'S LIFE BIG TRIAL TO OPEN MONDAY A. J. Blethen Must Face Grand Jury Indictment In Superior Court; Accused With Ludovic, Berryman and Wappen •tein. HERE IS INDICTMENT ON WHICH BLETHEN WILL BE TRIED MONDAY l Ludovc DalUgiovsnna. Charlts Berryman, A. J. Blethen and C. W. Wappenstsin, and eech of thsm. ara accused by ths grand Jury ef the county of King, atate of Wsshlngton. by this indictment. of the crime of maintaining a public nuisance. commit tad aa follows: They. said Ludovic Dallagiovanna and Charles Berryman, and each of tham • • • did than and there willfully and unlaw fully keep and maintain a certain house in tha city of Saattia, in said county and atata, commonly known aa tha "Arcade Danca Hall," wherein vagrants than and thara rasortad and wherein Intoxicating iMiuora wara than and thara kept for unlawful uaa. aala and distri bution. tha keeping and maintaining of which aa>d house than and there offsndad public dacancy. And ha. said A. J. Blathan and C. W. Wappenateln, and aach of tham. in aaid county and atata. at timaa aforasaid. than and thara being. did than and thara counaal. encourage. induce and procure aald Ludovic Dallagiovanna and aaid Charlaa Barryman, and aach of tham, ta aa willfully and unlawfully keep and maintain said "Arcada Oanca Hail." wherein vagranta than and thara ao resorted, and wherein in toxicatmg liquors wara than and thara ao kapt for unlawful uaa. aala and distribution, and to than and thara so kaap and maintain aaid "Arcada Oanca Hall" that the aama offended public decency. Despite the many rumored •frame up»" to tha contrary. A, J. Blathen will be placed on trial Monday before Judge Ronald of the superior court on tha indictment printed above. The numerous rumors, Intlmat to* that some sort o( a "get-to get her" deal or a political frame up would bare some bearing on the tbdirtmcnt* returned by the grand Jury against the Hleth»us have arousxl unusual public Interest and M'DAVIT IS CONVICTED; WANTS NEW TRIAL iMy MM IMm Umil Wln) t BAN BERNARDINO. Cat. Nov j i V.—Application for a new trial for Dr A. W. McMovtt. dentist, found j guilty yesterday of a statutory, of fense in connection with holding i Miss Jessie McDonald, a school • girl, a captive for 16 months in a i mom adjoining bis office, will be l filed Monday. according to former i Superior Judge John Campbell of counsel for the defense. I If the application Is denied, sen* j I Fisher Flooring Co. Not hi It In tbe 150.000 suits started by Jobst. A Mlbler and B. J. Oliver agalast five wholesale grocery companies, for alleged attempts to fix tbe prices at which their goods could be sold at retail, the com plaint* tn< iuded the Fisher Bros Orecery Co. The Fisher Flouring Mill Co was not named as one of tbe defendants, as was Incorrectly reported There are plenty of men who are sore that God should consult them about how to run the world. THEY ALL FALL FOR IT VOL. 13. NO. *'31 SEATTLE, WASH.. SATURDAY. NOVEMBKR 25. 1911 ONE CENT. the office of the prosecuting attor ney has been besieged by cltlien* wanting direct and authentic Infor mation The defendants will be represent ed by a small army of attorneys In cluding ttausman. Kelleher, Mack intosh, VindtrvtK-r. Mauimood, Pulton and probably others fieputy Prosecutor Caldwell will conduct the rase for th* state alone Proeecutor >lurphy biro self, according to preaent mtllea tlons, will not >tn appear. tence will be pronounced at that time by Superior Judge Bled so The extreme penalty that Mcllavtt can receive is one year In prison and a fine of Jl.fKiO Juror Baron Von Roekow. who placed on the Jury at the Instance of the defendant himself, stated to day that there was never any quef tlon among tbe Jurors as to tbe ver diet. "We were only sorry." aaid Von Rockow, "that we could not give him a life sentence." Tragedies Told in Headlines "Had l.ert Mis Railroad Ticket In Mis Other Clothes." "Woman Mad Midden Her Money In Cook Stove." "Swing Was Fsalenet} Insecurely at Top." "Cse* Old Rifle Barrel to Poke Furnace." "Interfered In Quarrel Between Munhand and Wife " "It Was Ills First Attempt at Robbing a Beehive." "Floor of 1-odge Room Gives Way While Candidate Is Being Tossed in Blanket." — Chicago Tribune. Too many men are only ashamed of acta likely to be found out. The Seajtle Star ONLY INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER IN SEATTLE NO THANKSGIVING DAY TURKEY FOR THESE SIXTY LITTLE UNFORTUNATE ONES UNLESS BIG SEATTLE HEARTS OPEN Just Mop a minut* In your prep aration! for that big Thanksgiving day feast achadulad for ns*t w**k. Out at Mother Ryther'* homo thare are slaty llttl* youngstera, all thinking of Thanksgiving day. Hut there's no turkey In night nut (her#! No, ami there's very lit!ln else that the little folks Would like to have to make their hearta glad thla Thanksgiving day. Amlnua little face* dusens of them-- gairil Into the eyea of The Star reporter thla morning and said more plainly I halt word* could nay that they wanted autnelhlug good for Thanksgiving, too It keep* Mother Hytber hustling to make end* meet out at thla home for children. It takea lota of food to feed SO hungrf little stomach* three tlmea a da*, and. considering the taak. Mother Kyth> r la doing well. No Turkey, Onleaa— Hut Thanksgiving day la near at hand, and there* no turkey, no cranberry aaur«- or any other of the g«H«d things In store for these »uty youngsters UNLESS. OP COURSE, SOMC OP THE STARS OIG HEARTED PEOPLE COME TO THE RESCUE. There are seven mothers out there--o»ef her* whose husbands have deserted or are sick or unable to find work These mother* and their children would also welcome a Thanksgiving dinner. Hut the little children! Koay cheeked little glria and eurty beaded little boya. with no one In the world to care for them but Mother Kfther - they are the ones who need tar turkey moat. There Is bright eyed Kims Peterson, 7. with ber pretty TELLS HOW GIRLS SHOT HIM IN LEGS NEW YORK. Nov. 18 Million aire W. K P Stoke* yesterday af temooii. In the supreme i ourt. told how he had been »hot In the legs last June by Lillian Graham and Ftbel Conrad, two show girls. MlHan Graham burst Info tears when Htoke« declared. on the stand that be had refused to give her ff-00 bfrause he bad married and the "InHdent might be mlsla terpreted.'* , LOSES HIS $800 Henry Meyers felt ao elated when he discovered that he was the richest street sleeper picked up by the police for some time ths* he set forth on s new celebration In the drink dl*i>cnsarle* south of i Yesler way. About 11 o'clock last ] night be came back to the desk aer , Ki-atn end reported that he had lost $*00 out of his pile of IS;#, Hi i didn't know that It was eisrtly »*(Ki mining but he remarked that < he didn't think he could have spent i more than |2« for booxe This morning Meyers again a|> ! peered and reported that he had i found his money. Me will spend the next couple of day* In the re i reiving cell. In a strenuous effort to I Ret thoroughly aoliercd up. WINNING DESIGNS ON EXHIBITION Winning designs for the Olympla rapltol group plan and (be palace [of Justice, together with those re ceiving prise awards and honorable mentions, are now being exhibited at tb< public library The exhibi tion clowi Wednnulr.v, The Boat tie architects ate repr* sented by four seta of designs, Han Francisco by two. and New York by one The state of Washington baa ! been the first to adopt the unit plan system for Its statu capital. This method of arrangement Is the scientific one for planning such a group, as an Individual structure adequate to meet the needs would |be totally Ineffective unless plan tied to form an Inter relationship with the grimp as a whole. My building one structure at n time as | the needs require, conforming to a I preconceived t» heme, the result will create an Impression of far i greater magnificence than any sin-, gle capital- building thin country poeaesses. ALL FINED $25 Each of the 20 guests arrested In the raid on tnc Archibald hotel at 4 a. m. a week ago last Wednes day was fined $25 by .fudge tior don yesterday afternoon. The pro prietor, John E. Davage, who was arrested for conducting a public nultuuice, was dismissed. Meat of the "guests faln-d to appear. WOMA NHAB BAD FALL Mrs. Mary Motherwell, a book keeper living In Mallard, accident ally fell at the corner of 11th af, and Madison st. at 10 o'clock this morning, and struck her head on Ihe pavement. She waa carried tin conscious Into a nearby drug store, and was later removed to the He attlc General hospital. The Exception "Ho you are content to be simply a voter?" "I am. There are so many candi dates forging to tbe fore that there Is aome real distinction In being Hlmply a voter." —Washington Btar, Mere's llttl* Andy Peterson, aged 4, on* of SO youngsters at ttif Ryther home, who Is wondering whether thare will be any "foodies" coming Ma way on Thanksgiving day. HIVED WATER ON ITS WHY Superintendent Young* of the valor department thin morning turned the Cedar river »*(<r lnto ( the big main* at Landaburg. follow ! leg the nmiiilctkiD of the »urk r<innectlng the »f*ly ronilnifiKi main* o»#r the auapenaion bridge ! Th» *ali>r, however. la not ei pwtfit to ii«r|i the rilj until lat«* ihi* afternoon or tonight, owing to lb* fart that the water It being* In Into the nrnlna alowly to avoid a break on account of air In the pipe* The water at noon wan flowing between Ijindxhurg and ftwan lake The water official* are watching the progre** of the flow carefully, aa It wan feared that aome break might have occurred below the Bridge at Cedar river. It will be itoranurT to boll the water or u*e chloride of lime for aome week* after the Cedar river water arrives. FOOTBALL SCORES At Cambridge Knd first half Yale 0. Harvard 0. At Philadelphia- Knd first half Navy 3. Army 0 FINALS Yale 0, Harvard 0. BEER DISAPPEARS Maybe it was due to the wa ter famine. Perhaps the fellow who turned the trick didn't want to take a chance with the Lake Washington water. May be it wasn't so much that he didn't like to drink water as he liked to drink beer better- Anyhow, 20 bottles of beer disappeared from the cellar of Mrs. E. L. Stencil, ??0t Yesler wsy last night. She thinks some fellows who posed as meter Inspector* copped the liquids—meter inspectors will do anything, she says. MANHATTAN. Nee., Nov. *5.— Prank Haberg, former mayor of Deadwood. S I)., and founder of the town of Republic, Wash., is dead here. Your Chance Is Here Kvery now and then you hear some one say that If they lived somewhere else they could do so much better, be so mu< h more prosperous and happy. It's not the truth The innn or woman who < finnot do well In Washington In all probability would fall anywhere. The opportunities are all around you. You simply do not grasp them. (let busy and buy a few North Kntl acres, on easy terms, between tlie Hound and Lake, and In a few years things will look brlghler for you Only 910 cash necessary to make a start. OLE HANSON A CO. Third Floor New York lllock Two More Are Convicted of IlMreating Young Teacher (■jr tr.iua Pthi L«m4 Win) , LINCOLN CENTER. Kan., Nov. 25.—"Wj did not do th« actual tar. ring and feathering of Mlsa Cham berlain. and I, for one, am not going lo prlaon without a fight," Thla statement wit made here today by Sberrllt Clark, who. with John t*ehroldt. waa found guilty of aeaault In connection with the tar party" on Aug 7 laat whoae victim • M Mia* Mary Chamberlain, the Atiady fiend nchool teacher A N SI mm*, the third defendant, wax ac <li«ftted The verdict wan returned nfter nearly 36 hour*' deliberation by the Jury. la*t night. I Welfare League Still on Watch; Commends Work of Grand Jury Th« Public Welfare Unguf, the 1 civic organisation which Initiated ! the flßhl lo clean out the (rafters 1 lh float tip. fa atill on the lookout. 1 induing fmai lite resolutions 1 IMitil by the executive committee luat nlirht. Tlx resolution* follow: "Whereas, the grand Jury, railed In February last, has finished Its work ami been discharged. and "Whereas. its investigation of the • vtee situation and subsequent pronefutinn of offenders are direct ly In line with the purpose for which this league was organised; therefore, "He it resolved, that we extend |< THEFT OF WOMAN'S SOUL DOES NOT AMOUNT TO THE THEFT OF A HAM lIOHTON, Nov. 2ft.—Declaring •Owe New England men - especial ly the Boston variety—are worse than the five who tarred and feath ered Miss Mary Chamberlain at Lincoln Center, Kun., Rev. Herbert K Johnson, of Warren Avenue Hap tlst rhurch, declared ihnt "theft of a woman's soul in lloston doesn't ENORMOUS LOSSES IN CHINESE BUTTLE (FT United Pimi Wlr*> SHANGHAI, Nov !&.•—Fighting 'between revolutionist* and Imper \ lul troops In In progress at Man | how,, according to dispatches re cHvml here today. The battle has ' rayed for 36 consecutive hours, wllh the rebel* gaining ground ■Itiwljr bul surely. The standard Oil Company's tankx outside Hankow have tx en act on fire hy shells from the ■ eliel gunboats. LIKE SOME OTHERS PORTLAND, Or., Nov. 25.—Pray- Ing loudly for forgivsness, a pick pocket attending the Gipsy Smith revival here did not forget to at tend to business. He slipped his hand Into Rev. Monroe's pocket and relieved the reverend gentle mon of a purss containing $4. MORSE IN HOSPITAL WASHINGTON, Nov. IT. Acting upon «n order from President Tuft, Charles W. Morse. New York bank er nerving a penitentiary sentence, was transferred to the army hos pital nnur Atlanta. The transfer of Morse wan iTiaile because of hla poor health. lianas, and her little brother Andy, with his shaggy hair. They would like some goodies when this time of feasting comes around And there are Just t>H other little tots like them, who also want a big dinner once In the long year. Thoy Don't Know Why These Utile girls and boys don't know anything about the right and wrong of tbe world They don't know wby there should be any su< h thing as a Thanksgiving day. Rome of their little companions have told them thai everybody haa rood things to eat on that day—that's all They know that some little girls and boys DO have good things to eat on that day. Other little folks have good fathers and moth ers, too. These lltlle one* don I have fathers and mothers, or If they have theiu they are nol willing or able fo lake care of them. Hut turkey time Is coming, and The Btar believes these little folk* at Mother Ryther's home ought to have Just s little of It It won't take much Who'll help to give them aome turkeyf It's only once a year tbat turkey time cornea around Then there'a plum pudding, cran berries, pies, rakes, apple*, or anges and other things that would look good on the big table at Moth er Hjther's neit Thursday. Who'll help? WEATHER PORECAST Till 6 p tn Sunday: Haiti to night and ftunday; brisk to high southerly winds. Temper ature at noon, 61. Uolh Clark and Schmidt declared their determination to fight tmprH ontnent. Three other member* of the tar party were yesterday een fenced to aerve one year In Jail each, and Clark and 8< binldt fear the aame fate. Wont Oo Into Vaudevill*. Miaa Chamb«rl*in declared today aha would not laav* th« acan* of her humiliation. "My homo is In Beverly," aaid the pretty teacher today, "and I am going to atay there. I have been invited to go to Texaa. and I have an offer to go into vaudevill*. I have declined both." 'to the grand Jury and 'o Prosecut ing Attorney John V. Murphy and his able assistants our appreciation of their efficient Investigation and prosecutlen of all violations of law. "That we recognise the office of prosecuting attorney to be a diffi cult position, requiring courage and consecration of purpose for the en forcement of the lawn, and for withstanding sympathetic or ART FUL APPEALS. AND THE INFLU ENCE OF POWERFUL OFFEND ERB; "And we hereby pledge to our 'prosecuting attorney and associates , our co-operation as eltUeus." amount to the theft of a ham." "We say a dastardly thing like tarring and feathering a woman could not occur In New England "We are guilty of worse crimes every day. I visited 'licensed ho tela' last night In nearly every one young girls. Imported from Canada to support those dives, were drinking, carousing and con jslgning their souls to bell—and from 'licensed places.'" THANKSGIVING "GOODIES" HERE The many Ingredient* neceswiry for tlint big Thanksgiving dinner ore already on the Seattle markets and prices In the main are lower than they were last year. How ever, this week will wltnrKß au advan e e In price*. Fancy turkey* are sell ing at 24 cent* per pound, and 2R cent! drei-.sed. For second choice, spring chickens bring 19 cents live and from 20 rents to 23 rents dressed. Ducks sell at 1" rents live and 20 cent* dressed. Mince meat, plum puddings, cranberries, celery and other ea *entlals are to be seen 111 large Quantities. There is an abundance of fruit, Wa*liington apple* selling at U rents to $l.7f> a box, depend ing on (|tml!ty of fruit and sine of box. Oranges, lemon*. bananas and grapefruit' ran .he bad at fair prices. Cranberries are higher this year than usual, selling,around If> rent* a quart. (CITY'EDITION I I Seattle woman candidate for school , (Inboard says, "Stop studying about eels." jj! See page 4 today. Mrs. Patterson Has a Bad Day Woman on Trial for Slaying Husband Caught in Numerous Contradictions: Her Love Letters Read in Court. * CONTENTIONS IN PATTERSON CASE * * The prosecution claims * *s That Mr* I'atteraon lured her limband out for a walk on * a Hepl 25. and then deliberately ahot him down, her motive a a being a desire to get rid of her consumptive husband, ao that a a she could go Uu k to Erull Htrouss without molestation It will a a further l>c claimed by the stale that Mrs. Patterson waa an- a a gi red because of the f2f>,o<>o alienation suit Patterson Instituted a a against Ktrouss letters will be submitted In evidence showing * a that I'atteraon feared Ills wlft- would kill blcn. A verdict of * a murder In the first degree, with the penalty of hanging, will be * a asked for. A a The defense claims: a a That the husband was the aggressor and that Mrs Patter- * a wm shot hi in down In defense of her own life. Further justlfl a a cation will be shown In an alleged sale of Mra. Patterson by a a her husliatid to Htrwus* foi »1.50« The greater part of the all* * a gallons by the state will be admitted, but It will be claimed tbai a a the alleged tiale of Mrs. I'atteraon towered above all else and a a that she bad a right to kill under the unwritten law a a Tbe state will have aix witnesses —the defense 14. a * a MRB. PATTERSON (By United rr>n u>u< Wirt) DENVER. Colo., Nov. 25.—With head hung low, weary and dejected, Mr*. Gertrude Patterson, on trial for the murder of her huaband. Charlea Patterson, wat atill under fire today on the witness state, the target for a deluge of merciless questions from Prosecutor Benson, wbo began his cross-examination of the defendant yesterday afternoon. The pniwrutor Is devoting his energies In an attempt to hare the woman's relations to Krnil Strouss. Ihe Chicago millionaire, with whom she went to Kurope. and to whom she allege* her husband sold her for 11,590. The rapid fire of ques tions Involved the witness In nu merous contradictions of ber own testimony. Contradictory Testimony. The defendant Identified n lelter which she wrote to Patterson's mother over a year ago, declaring that »he would not pay her hus band's hills at the sanitarium where he whs conflued. a sufferer with tuberculosis. Yesterday Mrs. Patterson testi fied that she paid all her husband's "JEKYLL-HYDE" MAN IS CONVICTED OF MURDER (By United Pre** UtHll Wire) SPRINGFIELD. Mats., Nov- 25.— After deliberating for five hours the Jury In the case of Bertram Spencer, the "Jekyll-Hyde" charac ter who killed Martha Blackstone while attempting robbery March 31, 1910, returned a verdict of guilty of murder in the first de gree at 3:10 o'clock this morning. Wife Collapses Despite the early hour at which the verdict whs found, the court room was filled when the verdict was read. Spencer apparently did not realise Its Import, but his wife, for whom It is believed he nibbed and slew, collapsed and was car ried from the room. Criminal With Dual Personality Spencer is one of the most re markable criminals ever produced in New England A peaceful and law-abiding worker by day, at night he became a robber of the greatest daring and plundered scores of homes In Springfield, tak ing chances of capture which have never been surpassed. After a career of thievery which Resulted In a veritable reign of tcr rpr In Springfield, Spencer'# finish came one night' when he entered the* home of Miss- itlai kstonv. held Mil*. The wimp** admitted that »h» ordered Patterson's mother from the sanitarium where he 111 j confined. Some More Denial*. Mr*. Patterson denied the rharga by lienson that when her hut-band found In her purse a letter t-igned "E. W, 8.," which are Strouss' In itial*. ah« cursed him. <1* < larim that she cared more for "that man" than h<r husband; that he would protect her, and that If Patteraon did not like It he could "get to ; hell out." More Conflicting Stories. The <-harjce that while Patterson »#« In the Deliver sanatorium last ' July she went to Chicago and re mained four days, without telling j her husband anything In regard to : her Intention*, was admit t<-d She admitted also that Patterson said jthat he visited her bungalow during iter absence and found fragineata <>f a letter to her signed "IC W. 8." Another contradiction was shown when the defendant insisted that her relations with her husbaad were unpleasant laat July. Henaon promptly produced a letter her haa hand wrote her on July 9 laat. ' wherein he said that his whot* ' thought was for her, and his only regret was that he could not pro vide adequately for her. The letter was signed "Chick." with the Latin phrase "I love J'oa" appended. Some Letters Introduced. The state introduced a number otf ; letters, written by both the mar dered husband and his wife. Both express love for each other. Oae, written by Mrs. Patterson and signed "Gertie." dated September 14. 12 days before the tragedy, | rends "Dear Chick: Your letter ia very sweet. But I am worried about money. On* by one things must go—than my end. I prefer death to poverty." Another letter Introduced, writ ten by Patterson July 18, Is en dearing. It said: •'The T.redest Chick." "I was the tlredest Chick when | you left me last night. It was so sweet to he with you, and I shall !be happy, happy, happy when wo «et fixed Just be my sweet little j .toe i<nd I'm ready to come home whenever you say. I love you al ways. I have many compiiinenta about my pretty wife. She is sure j the sweetest in the world" $7iCOO From Strouss. Mrs Patterson admitted that she had received a total of $7,000 from Etnll Strouss, besides 11.f.00 he gave her to buy property. She de nied that she promised to withdraw her divorce milt If her husband would withdraw his suit against Strouss. and she also denied threat ening to kill Patterson. up the woman and two of her friends Ht pistol's point, and, on leaving, shot her down in what was seemingly pure wuntonurgs. Watch Charm Betray* Him Then he fled. For dayi the police •ought the slayer in vain. Than a peculiarly-shaped watch charm, belonging to Spencer, was found in a vacant lot near the Biackstone home. It was traced and the ar rest resulted. Spencer's home was searched and the loot from a score of robberies was found. Then He was arrested. He declared he had no knowledge of the kilting and put up a Jekyll-Hyde dnfense.