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When JW get home at night, you like to sit down with your paper pnd spend a half hour or so finding out what has happened in the world. You like to get at the nub of the situation without being
U "' ,h " T '" S «- WIUL. "padding." And beside., ,h. i»E BgjL, he quenches the thirst of our famous men. Turn to page 8 to day, and read the story of Bill who's one of the most in characters in Seattle. JOY'S MITE HELPS SANTA OUT; HAVE YOU GIVEN YOURS? He Saves Five Weeks; Five Dimes; and He Gives It All for the Little Chimney Kids. tf FRED L. BOALT. H< kad been "go**!" f*>r five wtb ninninjt. He hail »aid sml * s ' r " *>»• c '- gn He had not pinched or gyed the hah jr. lie had not w §is fee! wet He had not gteftcd M bedtime He had ten i mo.h-1 of obedience, aabilitN and decorum. It |u been hard, tedious work, had beets ''good." Jls reward of "goodnesa' wa* 10 g* i week Though a blgchlm r W. ' his mother Is a sensible Mgta wko doe* act believe la ipMsg* children with a surfeit llgs tad gpeadlog mon.-v The ■tUj dims looked big to the boy. limX CHIMNEY I KIDS ALL INVITED n- -* J •• w w a a ■ «<i TW St*r Is tit receipt of hun Mt of totters from little chlm try MOdren. niking to be put on MBs: of tboe»' invllrd to feMlaad oa Christmas. to ibi» te th» biggest tm that w »u it it tapossiblt answer tew tetters personally tfcsre l» bo Inrltaitoii list." ti«y boy »o<! girl to Seattle rtt B*w In a llt'le-rhknneY Mt or fiat or tenement la In- Mil to Drtamlamt TV Mar is prepared to enter Mi u tn«a» mi the big building Ml bold, and the caparity la y* Bt |*l the dime- tn a caatlron Wl I (M o»e of those bank* 1 •tab will ntoctantly spill their ■W tb rough the alot at the mljvn (hake and shake and Mt He found It fitn to spfll the Ah, sad count them, and put tat tack. CmtribvtM Hl* Savings ill «kat, * aaked the dad. when I* Bfth Use was popped into the MC In yon going to do with all toMMrr ft* toy had wanted an ainrun— lilHgtf for one with an Intenal IMKfoag a* the longing of a Mr fcr gold or a saint on earth IK the boy said: "I am going »lh» tt to The Star tor the IKtle- Mnsy kids." Mhe did' He went with bis Mar to Santa Clans atoreroom, >8f Cslon st.. and gravely count tve shining dime* *i Bitter confided to the young "Ma la eharg- that the boy Is Mg to get an airgun for Christ- M n «• * wgwaea'a'lvf committee of has joined the enter m. Thay will canvaa. collect * ton gifts, and take part In the Mflhtkm at Dreamland. Churches Ar* Helping fcrty •very minister In .Seattle Mfloo»d the "biggest Christmas ***»t ever was" from the pulpit *»d many church publi j®* have noticed the event. m Presbyterian church's fsaflet says: "Tht Seattle Dally Star will benefit for the poor chil •* ths oRy a* Dreamland M Christmas night. Those toys or other article* to JJMtoiit* will please seed SJ"J* Union at." J**" 1 i* In receipt of a money from the shingle weav *«Mbaroe. Waah, "for the * wrtotin** tree," J**JM op the situation to date— (JJ* •'*•* Dreamland !*"• '•'(West tree." hand will furnish the firms snd Individ »-|| '~ Ll *' ended generously to THAT'S THAT! CAM FORBES GOING TO LOSE HIS JOB? HE SHOULD WORRY I "OM OF PHILIPPINES, WHO SAILED AWAY FROM SEATTLE TODAY. HAS A BIG WAD TUCKED AWAY AND OTHER SOFf JOBS WAITING tblnk of »p' i,t|n K thaa oowWiik hi* middle. And he couldn't at unt, however tu •J'®'" 'O r , for the very ""ffklent ill 0111 and jJ ®Mlta ni re»ju,[, itrt,! I ,*" "«v«r ordained that •Nf * .Li 0 ,hro "«h life without J*I"Wit1 "Wit anywhere. Lite _.**"• therefore, (torn In %-h ...? *»me ta near Floston, fcju * 11* tb#! H,,b of th « I'nl «i(l be took .into himself a * to that ,f fa* *««> *&>■ U onr " famous for filling Howard Taft'g shoes (and '* not a distinguish Mill fc ,OU I<now l« the world ***« k, L ' »"<ne sort of a <*ta t n . , hall of fame stored M grandson of Z 7**°" Emerson. •iw ,• course of time, u<l, a,,d « ,j '»° a - VOL. 14. 249. the call for co-operation, to that now, wie can give, say. 2.400 little chimney kid* the Christmas of their live*. Nine day* till Christ ma*. We want twice as much aa [we've got Hfs want to make thla a iumper Christmas for £>,000. n»e way to help will be to pat ronise. between 3 and 4 p. m. Thuraitay. one of the following movie" shows: tSRAN!> OI'KRA HOCBK, MKI.HOCRNK. CIRCUIT, AND HLACK CAT. Eugene the proprietor of the above named house*. I* going to give all his receipt* of that hour to the IttthM-hlmne) kids' Christ mas *hf>V CITY LIGHTING PLANT WANTS NEW BUSINESS That Seattle's municipal light plat>t%a» passed "be stage of com petition with private concerns. la decidedly a paving proposition and should now adopt an aggrtMtslva policy. la the opinion of J. I> K< •«. superintendent of lighting, In hla annual report. Ills report says the plant needs enlargement, thai It Is already taxed to Its capacity, and that many larre contract* have had to be turned down. Hy the establish ment of a i*r*« r plant. Ross says, many Kastem manufacturers could be brought to Seattle. The business of the department has grown considerably during the last year The total number of roatracts la 14.000. WEATHER FORECAST Rain tonight and Tuesday. Brisk southwesterly winds. Temperature at noon. 44. RECORD BREAKING MONTH ON IMPORTS PORT TOWNSEND. Dec If.— Monthly rejort of the business of the Puget sound district. just is sued by Collector Harper, shows that November ha* bwa a record breaking month In Import*. The value of the Import* la $5 693.13*. or t1.t42.7K9 greater than In No -1911. It la the high#*! Id th* hlatory of the district MISS HELEN GOULD IS TO BE BRIDE LAKEWOOD, N J.. Dec I«—The engagement of Miss Helen Miller Oould to Flnley J. Hhepard, of St. I-ouls. ha* been announced by Mr. and Mrs. George Oould Miss Oould Inher it..l *10.(.(.( i.i"..) «t the death of her father. Jay Oould. til 1892. She was then 24. Through Investment* she has trebled thl* fortune. She has spent hundreds of thousands of dol lars In charitable work. winning world-wide fame Improvem-nt ofV~«. . th« condition ofMlsa Helpn Oould New York working girls has been one of her alms. Hhepard la assistant to the pres ident of the Mlaaourl Pacific r»Jl road. W. CAMKItON FORBKB The Seattle Star THE ONLY PROGRESSIVE NEWSPAPER IN SEATTLE MILLIONAIRE CORPORATION LAWYER TRYING TO BREAK GREAT MONEY TRUST JUST TO GIVE YOUNG MEN CHANCE NKW YORK, !H»c. 18 Samuel t'ntermeyer ran dig a hole through the wall of hi*' Ktfth itv mansion uiul pttl hi* hand through Into the living room of h Vamlerbllt. He can gaxe out of hi* library window and look u|>on the domi cile* of l'ler|iont Morgan and John l> Rockefeler And yet, undaitled by lhe*e neighbor*. he haa elected to e* pose the method* of high finance and lo root oft a IKlle of Ha j frwniy. So Mr I'ntermryer haa rolled up hla nionogrammed ahlrt sleeves and gone lo work aa counsel for the national legislative committee which la Investigating "the money truat." . HAS MILLIONS; STILL He fights for right Many persons who have heard of Sam t'ntermeyer's million* for he haa cm are thinking theae daya how to strange It la to look |upon HIM aa a "champion of the people" and aa an etpoaer of ; mom<y king* and their method*. There are some. however —the |mmm who really KNOW I'ntertney er -who don't think It strange at all They remember the fight he mail** for the policyholders of the Mutual and New Vork l.lfe Insur ance com|vau!e*. bla battle agalnat Morgan In the great ahlpbulldlng suit and hla a**ault* on "ttock waahlng" In high place* The great Henry H. Roger* once came to L'Btertneyer and asked him why he waa attacking a certain board of director* meth od* "Lr's get together on tht* thing and fix It up between ua," aald Roger* Hot t'ntermeyer refused to do any fixing" "Why not*™ Inquired Roger* "Because It * not right," replied t'ntermeyer. "The Interests of the people hare got to be safeguarded. ' "Oh." Mid Roger*. "m» you are LOST BABY OF • TACOMA MOTHER IS FOUND H£RE Search for the missing nine month old baby of Mrs Robert Til ton of Tacotna led to the art est this morning of Mrs J. Daniels, 321 I ten tit way Mrs Ttlton has been In ths eih ;>loy of Ktone-Fisher in Tacoiua, and MM time ago she gate her baby In'o the care of Mrs flan let*. with the understanding that she should be allowed to im It frequently. About the middle of November Mrs Daniels changed her addresn *nd no trace of her could be found Mrs Tlitor. at once suspected the worn an. and a search was begun by the police. When arretted this morning Mrs Itantels Said that she had written to Tacoma yesterday telling the mother of the baby of her change of address. The baby Is 111. DEFENSE OF JUDGE ARCH BALD BEGINS By I*r**» I,#4i•#<) Wtr* WAHHINOTOM, fVr it.—Altor neva Worthlngton and Simpson be (can hero thla afternoon their de tente of Judge Robert W Archhald of the commerce nwrt, tinder Im peachment trial In the United States *enate The entire theory of the defense I* to be baaed upon 'he purity of the motive* through out the business negotiation* W& twoen Judge Archl>al<l and the In terests Involved In lltlgatloi. In hla I court. BRITISH WARSHIP FOR REID'S REMAINS |»* W|r» LONDON, Dec. It.—On a pro posal by Premier Asquith, the house of common* decided today to offer a Hrltlsh warship to convey the body of the late United State* Am hassador Whltelaw Reld to New York. A*<]iilth paid an eloquent tribute to the dead American and the common* at once sane tinned hi* plan. OXNARD, Cal.. Dec. I«.—Robbers dynamited the *afe of the Southern Pacific and Well* Fargo Co. at Peru near here, early ti»day and e» caped with money order* totaling a ■mall num. M'NAMEE CASE CONTINUED On the motion of counsel for the defense, the case of Detective Mr Namee waa continued till Thurs dajr. McN'afflM la charged with as salt In the flrat degree for shoot ing and dangerously wounding Lm ll* Pepper, an IS year-old boy. an Innocent bystander In a hotel raid. Wherefore and because of which, Ihe parta his name In the center. W Cameron Forbes -Just like that. W. stands for William, some tlmea kpown as Dill, alias Will, illaa Willie. WILL DOESN'T WORRY ABOUT LOSING JOB And Will—beg pardon—W. Cam '•run Forties, Is now governor gen eral of the Philippine Islands, has two private secretaries, a golf course, polo grounds, and a tennis court at Bagnio, his summer home. And lunt night, at the home of i Jacob Furth, he concluded a si* months' vacation. Which la not so poor for a fellow who isn't married and Is only 42, and has a big wild besides. That's why W. Cameron Forbes t.inllea when It's suggested that he may soon lose his ]ob when the Wilson administration gets lis fine work in. SEATTLE, WASH., MONDAY. DKCKMBKK jb. 1912. ONE CENT a. Samuel Untermeyer and Wall St. hem* of the "money monepley " to be > philanthropic of the peo pi#? ihra I |unn we'll ilhake handa unleaa you ran *ee four »«> rleai to change." ruiprnii-yrr Md hi* hand out to the Hlandard OH giant; and a lout friendship waa broken That » I'Dtrnwirtr all o«ee, aay thoae who are In bla tonflitMiw YOUNG SUFFRAGETS CATCH JOHN D.ON STREET, ASK FOR A MILLION 'FOR OUR CAUSE' NKW Y<IHK Dm l« - Oh. you John I). Rockefeller. give u* a million or two to help ovir rami*" Tbla waa the way 20 young suffrageta. who left Bro*d»»y at 9:30 a. m today on a tramp to Albany in Ib«* Ibitaii of woman suffrage. greeted the worlit'i rtrbeet dtlioii. when Rockefeller's automobile stop ped at a corner along the line of inarch The suffrage!* rMOCBIMd the oil king and rushed dim to hla machine. Rockefeller looked airalKbt ahead. "Howdy do. John I) . howdy do"* ihey shouted. ."Can you span* a million or two to help the cauae?" Rockefeller »hi»tei'<l to the chauffeur and tlx* machine "hoi NEARLY KILLED IN HUNT FOR AVIATOR Bv ri#M W Iff I/) 8 ANO EMEU, t>ec U. Ptorced to take refuge on a launch In a pitching sea off Hueneme. Aviator (Jtenn Martin and KYank Owrbutt, a millionaire aportamao of Ijm An geles. who atartert yesterday In Mar tln'a hydrtiaeroplnie to nearch for th«< mta*>ne aviator. Horace Hear djt, are recovering today after a narrow escape from death Their gasoline eahausied. Mar»tn and Oarbutt were compelled to des cend to the ocean In a heavy fog The accident occurred while they were trying to board their lausich 'Imp" The aeropline wan wrecked and the men pulled from the water half conscious. DON'T MISS THIS WEDDING STORY! Bjr rnliH Pie* Wlr* BT. LOUIS. Dec. I».—W. E. Barnett, aged 22, weight S4 pounda. and height 39 Inches, today haa a llcenae to marry Mia* Dorothy Warfiald. 19. Mia< Warfield weigha 130. Mrs H. L. Morrla, aeven feet four Inchea tall and weighing 128 pound*, will be matron of honor at the wedding. He really doesn't need the Job for a livelihood. He could. In a pinch, get back his old position as vice president of the Stone-Webster In terests at Boston. Or he could get back Into his old banking firm with his uncle, under the name and style of J. Montgomery Forbes # Co.. of lloston. (I'ncle Forbes splits his name in the middle, too, you see). Or he could do both and several other tiling besides, to keep the wolf from the door. And, Just to keep up some of the excitement of ruling over 1,000,000 people, of whom 1,000.000 are still classed as savages, W. Cameron Forbes might be Induced to stop Splitting his name In the middle for a while, and again become good old "Cain" .Forbes, lla'vuds famous football coach. 00VERN0RGENERAL OF ISLANDS FOUR YEARS I'<K)ch has been governor gen- I Id'* i fats fri.ud to ftrfj it« iint II hi* klwl« are iLlorterml *11 h M«i4B»I Pntertneyer aaya In- la going *!»>!-• thla money truat fight to wlrf Ami few who have follow wl 11. ■» oarrx>r of Ihla |wrba|N> great •■at of kb rotporn'lou lawyera doubt .that !#• will wiiwd foi he knowa the ontH 1 ) iim<> Mirr than the ahead Sto kMlg. John." the man h era called after htm We will •top over at your country place at Tarry town irnl pay yon a visit." The mkicbing mftrai t* car Vied alpine staffs and haver a»cka bnartaut the Icgmd. ' Viitm for wonteu They «rr» ted by Mta* Rosalie Jone* Thf marcher* plan to cover 10 ruilfcia a day reeefling Albany Dec. >0. In time to attend the inxovuraUon of (Jo* -eiect Wm Bttiatr, to whom they will pro sent • monster suffrage pell Hon. On!) 12 of ihe nufftngcts will complete the Journey to Al bany, the other young wotm-n •ding aa eacort* only tut far aa Yonkera. HILLMAN SEEKING PARDON FROM TAFT Clarence Dayton Hlllman haa ap plied to President Taft for clem •ncy and a pardon. Hlllman waa • o«VI< ted March 10, 1911. on a charge of UHlng I'ultfd Stale* malla for (rtindiilent purpose*. and waa sentenced to two yeara and sis months'- imprisonment In the fed eral penitentiary on M'-Nella tslsnd. Ho haa already served eight moniha' time. I nited rttatea Attorney Uoverly W. Coiner will opooau> the granting of a pardon MONOPLANE TURNS TURTLE; TWO DIE LONDOV, Dec 16, Because the monoplane In which they were mak ing a flight from ihe Hendon nvia tl u> ground* to Oxford, turned over and felt 150 feet, landing on the Wembley golf sovrse. I .lent. W. I'arkt <»f the Hoy a I Navy, and Mm ager llardwlci of an aeroplan » coni 'Uny, are dead note today. linn dreda of persons wltnenxed the ac rlfcllL Italy's war with Turkey whs one of flic cheapest in tn<nl«>rn history. It coat Italy only $90,000,000. eral of the Phlllplnes for four years, a longer time than any of his predecessors. Prior to that, he was a member of the Philippine commission for four years Forbes Is a well-built mini, lack ing about two Inches of an oven six feet in height, and'weighing about 175. , He Is a tireless worker, his secre taries will testify, but he finds plenly of time for recreation as well. In the Philippines he's not only the head of the government, but he'H the head In athletic and social events as well. In eight yeara of aervlee Forbes haw made himaelf distinctly felt In the Philippines. Ills chief work has been to give the Filipinos a technical education In trade work, building railways and roads, re ducing the death rate from malig nant dlanaaea, checking tho native men who play It. He has beaten so many at It that he haa that maiblo palace on Murray Hill. And why la Untermeyer throw ing all hla service* at the feet of the national public? "KM lust one reu>on," he says— "TO GIVE Till-: YOI'NQ MAN A CIIANCK'" WANTS TO GIVE YOUNG MAN A CHANCE It haa become so, Untermeyer be lieve*. that Ufa young bualni'sa man who ha* hla owu way to make baa »ery little chanre. l'nle*a Morgan and the Wall at crowd say he may have credit, he I* doomed. The actual MONKY of the coun try. he Inafota, haa become concen trated lu the hands of a few finan ciers. They wield Illegitimate (tow er UuvttSh !!:<- medium of the stock eichange, the clearing house and controlled banka throughout the Und. They can make or break at will. Hs wants clearing house as sociation* and stock cxchangca to b« incorporated and mads subject to law In addition, hs wants s federal commission to dissolve and prevent Industrial monopolies. • My sole idea," he I* continually saying, la to put our financial dealing* on a footing legal, clean and fair to all," If he lii.ike* good for u*. perhap* he may be given a RKAI, chanc* to elean up the monopolies. Wl*e«cre» say Wood Tow Wilson haa a hunch that Vntermeyer I* cabinet material. TACOMA WOMAN SHOOTS HERSELF WHEN SON DIES TArtiVIA. Dep. 16 Vii» K C Hart had nlwajra wild ahe wanted t» litre no longer !l;*n h«r »oa. At r. ocbxk thla nvmlng he died Mr* Hart graaped a revolver and fired • bullet through her brain, ;*l|i«t « -rf*o !!.<■ dt*a'h (>< lof her boy. The tragedy occurred at tli«* home of tV li|r«». IIHH T aroma a*. Mr* Hart »aa the wife WT E C Hart, who for year# ha# brwi connected with th« I'nlted ftlate# revenue office here. Khe waa 57. Her aon *aa »2. and had tw<«n em ;(B)-ed b) the Northweaiern Imple- I ment Co.. aa bookkeeper SANE ANSWERS TO FOOLISH QUESTIONS Why l* Ic# lt|hi*r I Hah C II * Itrrn'iM- it It weighed b| t!>* Ice man. f*|eeoe *1 v<• aeveral «ood name* for a ho> Ml hoy I* no* « month* t>id nod a aarltna boy he I*, ao t,e*uilfii! and *rt pret <t< loo* for hi* ■t« ih«i i hrt think of no nam* rood eno-iah lor him My hu»hend has »• i«>ifl many, hut they are all too t.. llD'tn Ml- M O M< K Algernon. I'ercivnl. Reginald. Montmorency, Kenllwortk. tvanhoe, IJewellyn. Roberta*. Kdelwetas. Oerar or Adolf. If you live near a railway track read ihr iijibi'l of steeping cgrs aa tbe> pa«». A ltai l> a jimmy * — P C We do not know, but venture »a a gn>*« that It l« a name apjilted to thoee pipes which, when atnoked. caoeed folk to open the wtndowa and doora. When ilmi have Its cold est wfiiditrT—K IJ. J. In the winter. I* It proper fur • married woman to receivs attention* from a married man?— Mr*. ft U W. Yea. If he's her husband. Wl>at «ttl remove Ink *laln* from a hardwood floor?- Mm W. W r A carpenter. Wlifre ran 1 irrt tl(t>:ta to covi>r stove teg* *—-W ft II Ibe teg* are badly atuve, why put tights on them? MORE DAYS [TO SHOP 7 herl-berl disease, t-Hi <tl> I isli In k water plant* and adopting the Hum ham plan to beautify Manila and other big cities. NOT REAOV YET FOR INDEPENDENCE, HE SAYS "The Filipino ha* Independence," Bald forbel, before leaving for Ma nila on the Minnesota at noon to day, "though the Philippine Inlands 1 avo rto self-government. They have the Independence which Americana have. They are grow ing more prosperous and Indepen dent than I hey could have with a government of their own. They are learning the benefits of American Institutions The Philippine Islands will not bp ready for Independence, aa a self governing country, until the growing generation hna ma tured, the generation which will lie equipped properly for civilized aelf governnietit." HOME EDITION DOORS OF STATE'S PRISON OPEN FOR FORMER OFFICER Ortis Hamilton, Ex-Adjutant Gen eral, Sentenced for Embezzle ment of State Funds, Is Paroled. WALLA WALLA, Wash, Dec. 16.—Ortis Hamilton,-for mer adjutanl general of Wash ington, who was convicted of embezzling state funds and sentenced to 10 years in the penitentiary, was paroled to day after serving two years and 10 months. A special meeting of the board of parole had his case under consideration this morn ing. The session was brief and ilaimilti >n's parole wa« or dered to go into effect imme diately. Hamilton has bn-n a trusty at the penitentiary for «lmom two years, acting In the position of storekeeper. Embezzled $40,000 convicted on December 13. 1 &«>9, Of embezzling $1,1 IS This was ih<' only charge prosecuted against him. though hi* peculations were approximately $4<i.o<Xi ThU money Hamilton Is said to have squandered In his Infatuation for a woman named Hazel Moore, who subsequently was popularly given the sobriquet of the "woman who didn't car®." i Hamilton was married, and had la IX-yaar-old daughter at the time. He was arrested la Olympia on May 6, 1909, and was confined In 'the county jail for almost a vear, I falling to obtain a $200,000 bond. He entered the penitentiary on Keb ruary I#, lSio, after dropping his appeal to the supreme court. It waa understood that by consenting jto go to the penitentiary he was ! given the aasuranre that the other charges against him would be ilropiwd . Frameup Mrs Florence Hazel Moore. Ham | ilton's affinity, last week during her trial before Judge Howard for | white slatery, miide the sensational I charge that thete wbh a frame up heartless. I am waiting for the | release The case ended with a disagreement of the Jury. In her confession to the public, recently published In The Star, Mrs Moore, referring to what the ! future meant to her. said: "What I am most anxious for SEARCH COAST FOR AVIATOR AND NEWSPAPERMAN; FEAK THEY ARE LOST AT SEA It* r«-»« !.<•»«-a Wire t IOS ANCJKI.KS. Dec. !«.—With ships at s» a Instructed by wireless ■ to search for Aviator Horace! Kearny and Chester Lawrence. hts ! passenger, missing at sea since late 1 Saturday, Iwud parties are scouring the coast, between Santa Monica and Ventura today, while launches are patrolling the offshore for a j trace of the lost birdmen. Kearny and Ijiwrence left New port beach late Saturday for San , Francisco, flying in Kearny's hydro seroplane "Snookums," named for, Miss l/ouisc McPherson of Madison vllle, Ky.. Ksarny's fiancee. Their craft was last seen from I'olnt Kir min near Ban I'rdro, heading across Crescent bay towaid I'olnt Duma : Pick Up Pontoon Ijite yesterday one of the hollow j steel pontoons with which the hydro aeroplane was equipped, was picked up off Itadomlo beach by a | tug It apparently had been j forcibly wrenched from Its fasten- : Edgar wheeler, of The star staff, went to Princcton when Wood row Wilton was head of that university. You'll like his own story on the president-elect on page 4 today. DO YOU DO YOUR OWN SEWING MADAM? If you do you will be interested in the ad of the White Sewing Machine Co.. which appears on page 5 of today's Star. The White is one of the oldest and best known makes on the market, and ads appear in The Star regularly telling of its good qualities. To get big results for a small investment, use Star want ads. The Star guarantees more than 40,000 paid circulation daily, which means a vast army of readers that you can reach at a cost of just a few cents. Phone Main 9400 or Elliott 44 or call at the downtown office at 229 Union st., with the Souvenir & Curio Shop. the public to believe is that, if I have Binned, I am not entirely shall not try to hold him to hie penitentiary gates to open, as they will before long, and for Ortls Ham ilton to come forth, a free man. I shall not try to hold him to his promise If he does not want to be held. But If he still wants me, he has but to say so. and I will he his wife or mistress, as he chooses. "Wife or mistress, I will be true to him. If he does not want me, I shall not complain. I will go out of his life, and he shall never see m« again. I have been a sinful woman, but I have not been a wan ton. I have risked my soul, but never beca«te I 'did not care.'" FREED AFTER TWO YEARS IN PRISON ORTia HAMILTON The Chicago Tribune locates Mlm Twilight S|>ooi»er at Wichita, Has. The nearest Seattle can come to that is Helena Hug. Inp*. \ hr ivy wind and sea had prevailed throughout the day and last night the wind Increased al most to a Kale. Three automobile parties. Includ ing one sent out by Xh«rlff Ham mels. sre working northward along the rocky Malibou coast today, searching for the aviators or their bodies Krom Hneni'ine. the port of Ox nurd, a horseback party Is working southward to meet the motorists, launches from various porta hav« Joined the search. Kearnv Is 26 years of age. H« has been an active aviator for flve> years. He came to l»s Angeles to participate In the receut aviation meet at Ascot Park. Lawrence, hla companion. Is about 26 years of age. He Is a writer on a Ix>s Angeles newspaper and came here five years ago. fol lowing his graduation from Har vard university.