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.-tl, worked a whele afternoon fn a iingi* ' in * ••That'* nothing. I know a man _ho hs* been working t h * 'aat *•* yaar, on a *lngt* sentence." REBELS HOLD AMERICANS FOR RANSOM CUTTER UPSETS; 3 MISSIIG, ; mi ,a. I rr««i I ««•«■<» WAI'KKOAN. HI. Sept. " th* of three tnor* hndies of nsvsl spprentlces * ashed aesr Sheridan. the list «f desd ted*v H> «&* caused v. it; <si«tiinK of » cutter from Vblkh) Statea training »t»Mon at North Chicago ha* trv+n lo aigfet aw still wtltliU At tba |a»tuuted br Com ~.w~ ruliam ti »M lesrned to 4a< froo survivors that Gunner'* Mate *1 N Ne*«* tooh ,h '" n *'*' uarvntKr" itaMni without l>ennls dan (rota hi* cupertir officer. Aft «r cnitstac uhout for «eversl hours, ike cmktr **< frvertaken by a testM. *t>'i when »ithln 200 feet of c»j>f:ie<l Negus succeeded It mtlbc two u< the buy* before br *#t. Hl* body *s» found sin on* tie ttm ws*hed up near KV>n tteridsß •«*»*)' Tfc» accident wa* wltneased fr\un the (raisin* station and » motor beat tent to the MfUf. but thin Uw <>> oTertnrr.ed by th«< heavy »wel!». the crew barely escaping USES AD TO CONFESS HIS "CRIBBING" CHICAGO. Sept It.—Ata Patton. Made*! at tbe Moody Blbl-' Intti talc, toda; published the following adtertbem*:- In three Springfield aewipap-r* "Since iom»* of my work to the Sprtacr.e'.d b!*h erhoo! traa not •trictly boa**:. I with to atate that I did not d***rve tbe honor* I re eelred la June. 1*1*" Fattoe vat 'railed' to the mln IttTT four yaar* »go. To a reporter May he aald i *T«t, I a* indeed an unfortunate Mater I have tried to Biake tome tMgbt reparation but my tool still triage* when 1 (ate Into tbe eye* *t m honest man "No on* has *r>r rribbed at 1 kite. Ja*t kafore ra> graduatkm I ••• a prtif to an oratorical con teat. In my addrew I uaed phr*ac •Her pkr**» rolled from tpe«»chca ! lad read The prlxe burned n»y ted wkea 1 received It. Then I gjMMd to go to tbe I nlvertity of ■boil tad becorof a farmer. "Ulcr eame my call to the tnin htTT- A TO'-i* woman brought tt abeet. Then t •sstiilr.rd ray sou) ta4 four'l it Mark Ob. tb>- rnf tna*M t found therein' With rar ■atber I went to tfee achool anibor Wat »sd CMfaMwd | r«turtj-'l the •Mortal priic Bat Mill iiotue •tot raakled In my breant. I bad neleeted valedictorian. By crlbblnc, swiping tnd prevail- IM oa the Ignorant•• of ißitrltrtor*. I Hocml high. »t in my clat* I had HWltveJ fcon >r» broadctr* In i|ilßgfi»lri So I advertited Now ■y awl doe* not weigh on me." MUNBEY BUYS PRESS NEW YORK Sept 1« - That the propi-wife party ml*ht have a ■•ralaj paper in New York, Frank "• Haaaey, the pabiiaber. la loday •*»«' of the New York l're*» •web elaloui a drrotatlon of 100. ™» purr turned the paper ™ Henry 1,. Einatein, aole owner Maet ins. ®" Parting Caused Them Pain. VOL. 14. NO. 170. "OLD JIM" HILL, EMPIRE BUILDER, IS 74 TODAY Jimn J. Htlt it ht look* on hi* 74th birthday; alto hi* ton, L W. Hill, and torn* of thalr prui grain grown In Montana. Th« towar pic ture thowt Jim'* famout "bucktooth grin." ST. PAUL, Mian . Sept. l« —Tha blggeat birthday party In America today will be held thl* evening In the Auditorium at St. Paul It I* Jamc* J. Ultra party. He I* 74 year* old. "Have as many of the old timer* there a* po**lble." tald Mr Hill, when the cittiena of St. Paul told him they were going to give htm a birthday banquet The former president. chairman n# board ot director* and *till the whole work* In the Oreat Northern and Northern Pacific railroad I* going to have hi* with Many old timer* from over the Tolled State* who were amoriated with Mr Hill in the Indian day* before the Civil war will be here He doean't. rare much about the railroad pr<-*ldentr and financier* Among the old timer* that Mr. Hill ln*i*ti d upon i* an attache of the St Paul central police etatlon, and another la a retired engineer from hi* railroad. In iiidllion to oldtimer*. bow »«r, IIim» U coins to bf tl»f itrrtt ml coamopolllan RatherliiK at t dinner ni>r «fn In the Northweat On* tho-isand two hundred t»op!«> will alt down to the modest !?-•- plate dinner Pierre Butler. a trunt bussing lawyer who recently proee- "JOHN L" WILL STUMP FOR T. R. CAMBRIDGE. Mate.. Sept. It.— So enthuaiaatic ia John L. Sullivan, one time heavyweigtit champion of the world, but now a country gen tleman, over the nomination of Col. Rooaevelt for preaident that he >a to take the atump for the Bull Mooae. according to a meaaage re ceived here today by Mathew Hale, leader of the progreaaive movement in Maaeachueetta. "Teddy will win handa down," aaid Sullivan, "becauae ha'a got the goodr. with him and doea not hand out a lot of bunk and bluff." MRS. OELRICHS WINS LONG LEGAL FIGHT SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. It. — lodge K. P. Morgan, In the miperior court here today, decided against Charlea M Oelrlchs, brother of the I ale Herman Oelrlchs of New York, husband of the former There*a A. Pair of San Francisco, who en deavored by litigation to obtain 158.363.73 on deposit in the Firs! National hank since 1906 under an account with the Fairmont hotel. The demurrer of T. E. Farmer of New York, executor of the will of Herman Oelrlchs, to Charles M Oelrichs' cross complaint In the suit of the bank to have the count determine the ownership of the money, was sustained by Judge Mogsn. The judgment Is a victory for Mrs. Herman Oelrlchs. Shaw Denies Hi» Steel Co. Connection 'My I l/awl Hlrf.) PHILADELPHIA, Yi\ Sept. U. l»oslle M. Shaw, former secretary of th" treasury, today denied thai he wax one ot the promoters of the WeHteru Bie<d Corporation. 11«* nald the steel plant at Irondale, Wft., was under oiieratlon for aom« time before he ever heard of the concern. He became connected with the com pany through an effort of Jamea A. Moore, Its president, to borrow $1,- 000,000 upon the plant, He came to Seattle Mien to examine the prop erties of the Western Steel Co. and later negotiated the loan of |600,000 for Moore with the Metropolitan Co. The Seattle S tar cuted the beef barona In Chicago, I* going to pretide a* tiwatmaater Mr Hill tan't f<>od of truatbuatera, but he rome* from a family of old timer* and It it alt right. Tb« dinner la a tribute by the j people of ft Paul to "Old Jl»" Hill. There It nothing dicreapert fnl about th'* "Old Jim." either. It la a title of affection Jn*t aa aure aa two and two are four, thoac who attend the big birthday party will get a lecture •»n how to farm That'a Hill'* great hobby and he * alwara telling j farmer* how to farm- and he know*, About 10 year* ago Mr Hill tent to K.jrope and purcha*ed a gr»>at herd of Holtleln cow* and built and blooded hog*. Three he Jia ! tribute,l free to farmer* along the Great Northern railroad, tailing them that tbe day waa coming when the big raitae* would paaa out of etlatenre and that the email breeder would make the money. Homebody ttarted the cry lhat Mr. Hill wat trylug to make a rattle country out of a grain country, and the following winter the blooded hog* were wold for CbrlMtna* pork and gbarper* got the l!->l*teln rat tie away from the fanner*. Htlll he kept on. and the farmer* tare now raiting ll*e *tock U. S. MARINES FIRED UPON RM?KnEL.DB. NIC.. Sept U — Ihirinx an antl Ameriran demon atrallon Inrldent to the celebration of the anniversary of Central Amwr Iran aallora from the itunboat Ta rotna. were fired upon In the atrneta here A mob of earlted Nlcat action* wa* Immediately formed and for a time It wa* feared that bloodabed would reault. WILSON THROUGH WITH CAR PIQI'A, 0.. Sept. 16—Traveling to Chicago by the longest route and on a alow train, Woodrow Wilaon. the democralc nominee for presi dent, today denounced railroad of ficial* for refusing to attach his private w to a faat train. "No more private cur* for mo," Maid Oot. Wilson here, "unlesa dif ferent arrangements ran be made Senator (lor eleft New York two hours sfter wo did and already In In Chicago. He could conclude hIH buaincHS there and meet iis en route bark. HAYWOOD PLEADS "NOT GUILTY" IjAWRENCK, Man., Sept. 16 — Apixarlnc before Superior Judge JoHeph Qulnn. In the criminal court here today, Wm. D. Haywood of Denver, general manager of the I. W. W , who wan arrested In lloston for conspiracy In connection with the l<awreneo textile strike, plead ed not guilty to the two Indlctmenta charged against him. Haywood waa released on |r>oo ball for each In dictment. GRAND JUNCTION, Colo . Sept. 18. Advertising for a wife by means of the moving picture screen, Hecurlng one, only to lose her be cause the girl s parent* persuaded her she made a mistake In marry Ing Harry l<evnssy. be took matters Into his own hands here at the point of a shotgun, compelled the girl to return to him and la today apeeif.ng across Utah with a posse In pursuit. THE ONLY PROGRESSIVE NEWSPAPER IN SEATTLE SEATTLE. WASH.. MONDAY. SEPTEMBEK 16. 1912. | DUKE OWNS MILLION ACRES; GRANDMOTHER STOLE IT FOR HIM But His Grace Isn't a Bit Stuck Uj>—Comes to Seattle With out a Valet Even—Mow lie Became England's Biggest Land Owner. BY ritCO L. BOACT Hla grace, th* duke of Suther land, and his son, ths Hon. Arthur Letiion Oowtr, arrlv*d In Seattle la*t night, and ar* gusst* at the W**hmgton hotel We ar* told that the ducat parly braced up to the desk and signed the r*gl*ter, Just like ordinary folk*, and were saslgned lo room* to which they were shown by a common Jap bellhop. Thla must have been a blsarre ejp« rlenoe for hla grace the duke Very odd and amusing 'Caving*' No Valet We are further told that the ducal paity la accompanied by neither secretary nor valet One can Imag Ine the fun the duke la having One ran almost hear hi* roars of ducal laughter as he Ules draper ately hi put on hi* own collar The duke and hla aon were tire ceded here by the duciieaa and Ihelr daughter. I,ady IxnohQdw er. accompanied by a single maid Mow they mansii: wttb one maid, we ran't make out Tin* duke one Ira ma b? dlirrtel inquiries. la hero on business and plMiaf Somehow, It iwmg the great of earth always do combine business with pleasure. The duke la heavily Interrkted in real estate and railroad* In Canada. There'* no satisfying a dull* If you wilt look at the map or S«w land, (no *111 «*, at the •nr>tn« north end, a MMWty named Sutber land li i>eiotig* to lb* duke of Sutherland Wbos Wbo" says lb* duke 'own* about UU.Ht arm And now be wanta Cu ada Looked Good to Her. There was a time, almost exactly a century **o. when the present duke* grandmother. the marrhton e*» of Stafford looked upon the broad acre* of Sutherland, which, by «be way. didn't belong to her. and coveted them, go she took tbem She bad no legal right to them Nobody claims the did Hut she wanted them Ho her henchmen drove 20.(106 poor crofter* from their borne*, destroyed their crop* slaughtered th»lr cattle, burned their cablna. and atole their farms ■ 700,000 acres. to apeak In round number* The dUpoasesaed were driven to the seashore. »tmrc ibey lived on clams And 'hnuumli di«*i of bun STILL DON'T KNOW WHO WON GOVERNORSHIP RACE Although nearly a week haa passed since (he primary election, | last Tuesday. the democratic noml-, nee for foremor la at 111 In doubt. ' Thin situation I* without parallel i In Waahlngton history, It hardly seem* (toaalble that, with Adding machine* and telegraph aervlce. It : ahould take a week to get the re aulta of an election. While K. C. Million leada In King! county. he aeema to have been elim inated from (he race by the Kast crn Washington vote A aeml offi cial count In 20 countlea give* Judge W W. Illack a alight lead over Hugh C. Todd fllack recelv ed 6 9*# vote* on flrat and second choice vole*, again*! Todda OMI Krnest Mater of Tacoma la cloae NEGRO BURGLAR TAKEN AS RESULT OF A SHOT Patrolman Taylor telephoned to police headquarters this morning at 4:15 that a window In the rear of the Arctic aaloon. Third av. and Jamea at., had been broken open, and the cash register Jimmied. Of fleer Hlalne was sent and put a police lock on the window. All ho leaving the saloon hp heard a nboi fired and saw a man running up the alley between Third and Fourth ava. Patrolman Ralph Ol instead heard the ahot and run ning In the direction from which the sound came, caught John Gorman, a negro, and took him to pollro LOST HIS TRUNK AT HOSPITAL Where Is W. 8. Mabcock'a trunk? fla brock was taken with tubercu losis and landed In the county hos pital. In his trunk he hail trinkets and family heirlooms that he valued at more than $500. Me also had a lot of mining stock which had no definite value, but which he hope fully kept for its possible value In the future. The trunk is now miss Ing. Habcoek claims, lie charge* that. Superintendent Dearborn of the hospital destroyed It without his permission. Ilabcock la still at the hospital. He Is about f>o years old. Vancouver Broker Stricken by Apoplexy , Thomas Wtilch, to. I'laaa hotel, Fourth av. and W'estlake, whs stricken with a|<oplexy while dress ing at the Luna I'ark natutorium yesterday afternoon. He was hur ried to the City hospital hut died within five hours after the stroke. 1 ONE CENT °* *» n I unii tun sawa iTtsots* K«r *nd eihonure Their Imnes are iik*acblng on the rocka of that wild Katherland count to thla day. It took (he marchlonea* 20 year* to pell off the big theft, for the own el's <4 the land nad Ihe temerity to fight for It. but ahi- did It. An-1 now It "belongs" to the dem ocratic duke who last nlgbt took hl**plaos in the line of ttaowe wish ing to atgu the 'register at the Washington hotel Depopulates Country, The marchioness, when the right ftij pwp«rs were drivm off the land, divided it up Into 2t sheep farms Su(| oa sach farm she put one ahep herd and his family So, where had bee* 10,000 <onient<d crofters, till lru( |H rhu|m «(MM) small farms, thnfe were Just 28 sheep ranches «d 4 a hundred people With these facta before one It becomes «any to understand the <-iHo»*ceoslon of his grace the dul|»>, who "owns'' more (ban a mill lo'ij and a quarter acre* of the "tlgtif little island." where there ar<t t acres enough to go around Still, a duke's a duke, as any fluak) will tell you. and even a democratic dilke, who goes valet I- ss for the fun of the thing, must drww the line somewhere •*W« Are Impossible" Bo bta (race has aaked bla bus! nee* tsa*4trla'ea here to arrange no aortal functions In hla honor. He *dauire» out country, our enterprise, our achievements, lie ftnda us cn ■toita and Intensely Interesting. »u' well, a dukoa a duke. And so cially we are impossible. If yon should < are to writ# the duke, complimenting him on the qualltv of hi* democracy or the acumen ot bla grandmother. a note would reach him. some time or oth er. at any one of the follow Inn ad drc*««a Stafford House. St. James', I*>n dotr Knciand Trent ham Hall. Stoko-on-Trent, lilleshall Hoiine. Newport, Shropshire •t>MiroJ.!n Castle, Golspie House of Tongue. Sutherland. Or It might l>e aa well to write him at one of hi* clubs-Tlrooks'. for Instance or the Marlborough, or th« Travelers", or the Turf, or the Royal Yacht Squadron, at Own •Helleved 10 be a mlanomer Ten aats In Hutherland claim bla grace l» not "Dunwbln." i behind theae two j F"»»r congressman at large, the democratic nomination* go (o Henry M White of llelllngham and K. O Conner of Hpokane. King cougty gave both the lead at: 1 they retained It In other part* of the a tale The check wa* at laat flnlahed today In King county, the wxe ahowlng I .*.15 for White and 1.460 fbr Conner Million received 1.0*5 flrat and 634 aecond choice vote* In Kltur county, while Mack Rot *82 firs* and 679 aecond choice votea. and Todd got 536 flrat and 7G2 aec ond-Cholce votea. Marry II Collier of Tacoma led I for lieutenant governor, with 1,545 I vote* In King county. headquarter*. At the atatlon Gorman waa asked If be didn't enter the Arctic, and after being aearcbed and a gun with one empty chamber, and n Jimmy found on him. he confessed to the deed Mnuager Joe William* of the Arctic wa* called to the phone and a*id that no money wa* taken from the register. The Jimmy found ou Uorinai) waa described to him and he *aUI that it wan one used by htm in the saloon and had evidently been taken by the negro to get into the register. MAY DISSOLVE HARVESTER TRUST CHICAGO, Sept. 16.—Master In- Chancery Taylor began hearings to day in the government suit to dis solve the Harvester trust. Clarence Kunk, general manager of the trust, testified that It Is composed of two distinct companies, one a manufac turing company and another com pnny which purchases the output of the factories. Ho admitted the mune stockholders controlled both companies, and recited the details of the merging of the original com panies into the trust. COAL MINERS' STRIKE EXPECTED OSKALOOSA. !a„ Sept 16.— president White of tin- Miners' union declared here today that at the national officers' meeting to bo held here tomorrow, an order call ing for a general strike In West Virginia would probably be Issued. MOTHER HAS TO PAY $500 TO BUY BACK HER OWN LITTLE ONE CHICAGO, Aug. 16.—Mrs Martha Mann ha* !*ought back her baby—actually paying $S(JO to feel again the tender hand clasp of her own child. Hut those five $100 lulls were nothing compared with the daily heartache* she suffered during long yearn of separation. It happened like this: Twelve year* ago Mr*. Mann'* first husband died. The willow was desjterately p<M»r, so stricken with want she could not provide for the laughing. two-year-old baby Alma. So she gave away Alma, through the juvenile court—and Alma became legally the little daughter of Mt*. A. 1,. McCarthy. Also she passed forever out of the life of her real mother—at least that is what the court said, for courts rear a great legal wall between mother and child when once they arc thus sep arated. Isut the mother knew differently. Alma still lived to her, vividly, in tearful memories and daily heart hunger. She strug gled on, ami finally the wheel of life shifted. Love came to her. She met and married another man. a good man, a prosperous civil engineer on the I'.iuama canal. Kven then, with love and a pros perous home, bapplnees for her was not complete. She longed for the baby girl hers no longer legally, but atlll ber own flesh and blood, a very part of herself Bhe came back to Chicago, seeking Alma. IVr months ahe could learn noth ing. The great legal barrier was In the way, you see. Finally moth er lore anil detectives together traced Alma The home Into which abe bad been adopted was no long er prosperous. Alma needed her mother i\gatn. Just as she had needed the foster mother, years be fore The wheel of life had swung completely around, and ill raising the real mother it had cast down Ibe fortunes of the foster mother Hut the foster mother loved Al ma. 100. flhe wouldn't give her up They arranged that Alma should go to an academy, where both might see her occasionally aud corre spond with her Wtlll the mother-love waa not sat lafled Mother wanted again for her very own the baby she had first cuddled cloae and warm against her breast. And the foster moth er's love helped, 100. In that final realization of the desire. The dramatic climax of this story from real life came when both mothers appeared In court to gether and the Judge gave Alina back again, legally, to her own mother, as the latter placed five new >100 bills In the handa of the foster mother. Otherwise she couldn't have her. The mother walked out of the court room with her arm about her daughter. The foster mother went more ■lowly, with hot, regretful tears blistering the paper money In her hand*, her pay for 12 years of love and watchful care. "It'a awful to think of a mother BISHOP O DEA IS CALLED AS WITNESS TACOMA, Sept. 16.—Wallop Kd ward J. Ollea of the diocese of N'is qually has been subpoenaed by the complaint In the Magnuaon WO,OOO damage cane In Judge Card's court and will arrive here this afternoon, lie will be asked as to what part he took In the alleged kidnaping Of Mnrjorie Kleman parly in the spring of 1911, and whether or not he did know of the whereabouts of the girl When he told the distracted mother to the contrary, bb has been alleged. DENVKK. Sept. 16.—A big pro gressive victory was scored in the United States circuit court of ap peals hero today when, in banding down an opinion on the Kansas Taft-Koosevelt electoral ticket con troversy, tlie court sustained the <fi clsloii of the lower court in refus Ing an injunction Bought by the Taftltea. HOME EDITION ALMA, THE I MX) GIRL actually having to buy back her own daughter, like a slave. In a court of law, Isn t it?" a"*ks Henry Nell. Who Is Nell? He's the man who has made It practically Impossible for such a scene to happen again —IN 11XINOIS. Of course. It might happen any time In Wash ington. It Is now lni|>osslble In Illinois, because, since that $500 purchase, a few mouths ago, a mother a petition law has gone Into effect here. Nell v. as the father of that law. The law provided that the chil dren of a destitute but worthy mother shall not he taken from her Instead, the judge awards her a modest little monthly pension, say, >7 or $8 a c hild, whatever Is need eel. to enable her to support those children AT HOME, In addition to what sho is able to earn herself. It saves the home. It stops a mother's heart from breaking. It (fives real home children to the world And it SAVES MONEY, too. for a child so raised at home costs only one-third what It would cost the state and charitable folks to pay for Its keep In an asylum. STAR READERS WANT ADVANCEMENT The Wants tell of advancement for many. Bet ter jobs, better chances for getting on, increased responsibilities and added remuneration. Every line of human endeavor seeks those who are capable, energetic and enthusiastic in their service. The Wants are a directory of opportunity—they cry aloud for those who are up and at it. Those who seek chances where full measure of labor brings just reward. The Wants have been the means of gaining a competence for many—make full use of them. Our DOWNTOWN WANT AD OFFICE, 229 Union Street (with Souvenir & Curio Shop)' is open for your convenience from early morning till late at night. Bring your Want Ads or phone Elliott 44 or Main 9400. The Star will take your advertisement into the HOMES of Seattle, where it will do the most good. Over 40,000 Paid Copies Daily Reaching 200,000 Readers "What do you propose to *ay on the Mump?" "I think I'll *tlck to the Ameri can flag and the grand old fore fathers of the republic. Thing* are too mixed In my district this y**r." ASKS 10,000 FOR RANSOM OF THREE (ll> I Blird Prm l.ra»4 Hln) IWM'GI.AH. Ariz , Kept. 16- The rel.el general, Inez Hala/.ar, who haa Inverted the walthy mining < amp of Kl Tlgre, today demanded $100,- 000 rniiHom for the town and Its store of bullion Me announced that he will hold aa hoatages, iinill the ransom is l»«ld. three Americana, General Man ay < r I. R. Ilurrow of the HI Tlgre mice*, A aat Bupt. Miahler and H. L Nil. general manager of the El Tlgre Merchandise company. Thla news waa received today o»«-r long dlrtauci- telephone from a point Id Konora by A. Malcom kou, consulting engineer for the B Tlgre company. Malcomson at once communicated with Kansas City Interests whlrh control the property. According to Ma Worn son* mes •age. the rebel* are guarding bul lion worth fzoO.OOO. which ha* ac cumulated In Kl 7 lure because of the danger of t>4i.-porting It to Itouglas refiner* This they nay thev will coafk ale if th« random la not paid Then- are *1* American women in K1 Tltre and («•*rn are cxpreaiuHf here that they alao will be Belied and held. Malcomson'A mrent alno Mated that the rebel* hare burned several buildlriKr. In the center of El Tiffrs and taken rich toot. IRISH RIOTING FOR HOME RULE 'll* I I'irM |.rfi*ri| U Irtl BELFAST. Sept. 16- Because the police are powerless. trou|« are being held in rt-adlness here today (or fear that freah home rule riot* may break out at any time. It la admitted that many of the hot heads are simply waiting for an op portunity to start trouble. Serious riotlnK in the ahip yards here wm prevented at noon by the tltneiy Interference of troop*. Be*- ernl clashes occurred at the queen * Island yard. # WEATHER FORECAST. * * Generally fair tonight and * * Tuesday; light southeast * # wind*. Temperature at noon, * TALKING CANINE ALSO HAS A BUM LIVER NEW YORK. Sept. 16 — Don, the talking dog. who la earning $1,000 has not progress ed to such an evtent that he can complain about his liver In the Her man language. All he can say now Is "Don," his name: "hunger," tier man for lack of food; "neln," tier man for no; "Ja," German for yes; "rulie," German for silence; "kuchen." German for cake; "haben," German for have, and "ruble," Russian for dollar. Mich week by re peating his eight Cerman words at a vaudeville thea tre, can't say all ;e would doubt l *M like to say. It he had a larger ts»ortme»t of words, it I* be lieved be would swear now and then, for It has seen discovered that be has still another unusual quality—this edu cated dog has liver trouble. l*on tine ttnl nmirraaa.