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** tarn* It v-4 >■ «-■ * ■ •»• ->•' ■ j, a fd •*» * _ MEANEST MILLIONAIRE DIES p IfIAT SHAMELESS HUSSY MISS HORN COMES TO TOWN; POSES IN 2ND AVE WINDOW WHERE ALL MAY SEE By Fred L. Boalt Look who's here' Can it be—? It can't be—! But it is, fee': it.? It «*— l il ,s! Miss September Morn, of Chicago. <he has just arrived in Seattle, the shameless hussy. She . in our midst Shivering, but unabashed, she bel<we us. where all may see. She is altogether too lr\ou not know Mi-- Morn, of Chicago? You wouldn't ;«t tv> meet the lady' But you have heard of her surely? fit notorious Miss Morn? IT Goodness gracious 1 \ prettv how-de-do she raised a Link back in Chicago Paul Chaba# painted her She won th f jv»!d medal in the Paris salon in I'M.! The Paris critics, th< wretches, said she was Art f But she isn't. On the word of Sergeant Sullivan ijfthr Chicasr" police department .and the Chicago nostmas iZr, Miss Morn is very far from being a perfect ladv K A Chicago art dealer displayed a print of Mi— Morn in f|» store window. Sergeant Jerry Sullivan saw it. He ar mtti! the dealer. * . "She is Art." protested the dealer "She is a shameless fee-male, said the sergeant, with ect jnv clothes on A 'jury of brokers. street car conductors, green grocers. 8oor»a!ke:s and boarding house landladies' husbands looked it the node and slender figure standing and shivering in a wentain lake, an.l returned a verdict of "Not wC.uilty in ftt art dealer's case. Bnt the citv council passed an ordinance bracketing mute *ith indecent cabaret music, and forbidding thrui both , penalty of from to SIUD for each offense. An<! the postmaster forbade the publication of Mijs Mom L the catalogue of a Chicago printing house. * They wale it t«*' hot in Chicago for Mis* Morn Mic I Nt* And now she's here in Seattle and vou can see her, iit too wish—but of count you don't'.—in all her nudity and iojii* timidity in the window of the Globe Art Store. <( 07 i JV m y For humaflr at well as other reasons. The Star today K»en?s Miss September Morn partially clothed _ fbr Star *t»t has painted in a short petticoat He didn t want to fc it- He suffered But we made htm do it. i As you see he' now on this printed page «he may not |f Art Btit she is. we hope, fairly comfortable F.ven a Aort petticoat is better than no covering at all. And spring able this vcar, and the air is chill. , lost why a ladv —even a lady with September Morn s Iwtif il form—should choose to stand, nude and shivering, kinky mountain lake on a chilly September morn ng. when At wight he wearing rubber hip-boots and a sweater, is more fein wt can understand. Dot there she stands, in that Second av window. an<T if ,tw ire determined to ,go and see her standing th'-re. there ■ probably nothing that we can say or do to prevent you. She is there, the minx, and we are helpless. FELLOW PRISONER TURNS UPON PRESIDENT OF TRUST Br Pt«m t-**»*l W!r» BOSTON'. May V>— A staggering ta» »u dealt today to the defense <t William Wood, multi-millionaire jnndesi of the woolen truat, »b»n heal« Oniliaa. a Cambrtdz* dog tarter, and co-defendant with Wood Mi Altetu, wealthy ■Mafactarc- of textile mill acce* ■ties <M trial here on charge* <• f ItaUs* dytarnlte to discredit ■•wt textile striker* testified ** the proaef-ution Both Wood Mi AtUsaux seraed unmovwd by CafiSua deset*k>n. District Attorney Pellatler opened W>'s »e«sk>n wi-h a itartllnK •eiarttlon agamat Wood "I stand ready to prove," he •*><. "that Wood paid John •tefi. *ho planted the dyna sts at Lawrence. I alao have tt TRACKS TO UVAHA BY AIR **VANA. May 20.—Aviator Au _™riin. a Cuban today flew ; West to Havana, thereby - I 1 aecond prire of $.'.oo<) "WIT fell Into the water on "*t attempt, hla opponent win ■M th« first prlz.- tl'7 ArME Bl'Binkhh COL ■ of 1912 will give X.T?!** 1 4wic " honor of the evening JOVIAL JAGS/SHO SHORRY WSHTURB,* WARN OF FIRE Ci l«)iir,i rrn ' n »rm, two ronvlvlal aplrlt*. homeward ion- .hi' * r '' 'ii'l n,<•!]'< ■i.•1Ii1: iK7. Ik JUKf"'l Into .1 fadh * *' I ' rtrr '*'llni' at ]<»)k AtkvW- pU'fl, ai.il called the wifc .u , mlon th- iMilldlriK «» "i flra to • n,i " ,i r "'■ "I'-lr nlKht dothlnic, the ronvlvlal one* 'Oflj o»arby p/ioni "| t • fire department operator caught thla: . T* ttr '1. . .ii man and ahorry to dlahturb you, but f? " ,Trfl r " ' rrlvcl, t.h* flam« « had a Koort utart. tht' JIW U' 4, n, affn» looked and hata a-tllt, ambitus VOLUME IS NO. 70 found the witnesses recovering the planted dynamite, and they are ready to take the stand." The defense admitted during th» morning seaslon that Breer» planted the dynamite, but Insisted thai Wood and Atte»ux ww« iiroorant of bia plana. Collin* described a meeting he had With Hreen in Bc*ton He aa aerted Breen asked him to help him in a certain matter, and that he acreed. • aaJd Collin*. "we mef two men In a aaloon. Breen waa hajided a bundle. After the men left Hreen laid the bundle on the aid*walk. and asked me to carry ir We went to the depot Breen hand ed me a tßket for I,awrence He aald we intiat not b* seen together on the train. Poor Burglars Didn't Know It The pay check*, amounting to 11.500. were expected May 18. Nye llroa. at Cedar Fall*, chafed at the delay. But two energetic and competent burglar* knew naught of the hitch So they proceeded Monday night to blow up the aafe just im though It contained that anug little bag of kale They got Juat $11, and now Hher Iff Cudihees men are looking for the lUDpecti. The Seattle Star SEATTLE, WAS!!.; TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1913 MISS MORN OF CHICAGO P»ul Chabaa' Great Painting. "September Morn." Note the Petticoat Painted on by The Star Artist GRAND JURY GOES ON AUTO RIDE OVER COUNTY ROADS The grand jury thla afternoon planned to take Ita Initial automo bile hike Into Cornmlaaloner Ham ilton* road dlatrlct to make a per sonal Inspection of the condition of tho highway*. on which approxl mately liOO.OOO waa a pent In tw year*, and where. It ia charged, the county wa* naked to pay about |5,0*0 per mile. A conference wa* held thla morn ing by Judge Bonald. Prosecutor Murphy and Cornmlaaloner Hamilton The county automobile* were to he placed at the disposal <>f th" Jury AHaiatant County Engineer I>« x ter *a» before the prober* Tuen day forenoon to give expert testi mony on road matter* The "big three," M I Clapp. H. 8 Nolce and Warren Oould. benefl ciarie*. respectively, of one of the dockalte dcala, the crematory con tract and the courthouse contract, have all appeared before the grand THE JAP! WILSON SHOULD WORRY! n» Pr»» Wlr» WASMINOTON. May 20 PredlC tiona that the California .lapaneae land dlnpute wilt I"' aettled, "r that will l>« taken In th« oourtu to 1 rxirnpoa'' <he trouble before the Wilih bill becomea effective In Auit'iat were freely made today by administration leaders The cabinet today dftcilsaed the situation. Secretary Hryan rejK.rt ,.,l ibn detail* of hit conference with Ambassador f'hlnda. who thla morning forwarded the admlnlstra tlon'a reply to Toklo. Secretary llryan alao reported Cblnda'a own personal views It In believed tlint CU.ui.l4 baa d a report fa FA llt TONIUHT ANP WMINKHPAT: l-fORT WKHTICIU.Y WfVDN THE ONLY PROGRESSIVE NEWSPAPER IN SEATTLE ! Jury within the past 24 hours That the probe Is coming to a head Is evident. Rumors about the Courthouse are to the effort that both NoUt and Oould have sought an opportunity to appear before the grand Jury. It la believed their tea tlrrion? will at least reveal unjustl flable laxity and looseness In the conduct of county business. M. J. j Clapp. too. It Is rumored. Is now ready to speak with greater candor about the transactions affecting the purchase of property on l.akc I'nlon Gould appeared before the grand Jury at 10 M tnls morning lie had been excused late Monday after noon. Nolce spent about an hour with the Jury Monday Mrs. Lillian It Van Uuseu. said to have given some Information with regard to matters In Hamilton's district, and Judge Wllitam II White, who prob ably testified to the Snoipialnile Redmond road matters, were other witnesses called Monday af'ernoon vorably disposed toward the na tlonal government's action In the controversy. Oregon Is After Her Battleship PORTI.AND, Or, May 20 Ac cording to u letter received from Henator Chamberlain, every effort I i lining made by the Oregon dele cation to not only aAve the battle ship from being used an a target, but. to have the grand old ship ata ttoued In the Cortland harbor, to aerve as a training ship for the Oregon naval reaerve, The matter has been taken up with Sei nstnry Daniels. LADIES' NIGHT ||tht Proas dub Wednesday evening wUI be tho oc cusiou (or a inasijuurado ball. Henry M. I lazier, inventor of Standard Oil rebates and political boss of Florida, is dead today at his Palm Beach home of heart failure. I here is going to be a magnificent funeral, to show to our rising youth how great was the respect in which Flagler was held. News papers will extol his wealth, referring to him as a self-made man, an example to the ambitious young men of our nation. Some minister will find virtues for him and laud them, that the rising generation may have stronger regard for virtue. A costly monument will be erected over his dust, that coming generations may believe that he was truly great and greatly Beloved. And it will all be a lie! This man Flagler was a poor lad. He went into the son-in-law business early, marrying a rich girl, whom he divorced when powerful because she was mentally sick and the animal in him demanded a younger, plumper, more beautiful woman. He devised the rebate system under which the Standard Oil Co. crushed and ruined hundreds of independent refiners and shippers, and obtained the grasp of a thief and oppressor upon all who must use petro leum or its by-products. lii ISB7, as a gambler in the nation's foodstuffs, he caused a nation-wide financial panic, with its ruined homes, bankruptcies and suicides, betrayed half his business friends, and made $10,000,000 profit for the Standard crowd. lie browbeat or purchased the legislature and congressional representation of a whole state, perpetrating, amongst other blasphemies against Cjod and man, a change in Florida laws under which he could divorce the wife whose money had given him his early start. I !e was a self-made man, made so by brutal treatment of his wife and barbarous selfishness toward all others. To do the least thing in giving him honor or holding him up as an example to young men simply because he is dead is a stupendous folly toward society and a crime against humanity. The truth is mighty and will prevail, but not while lies are accepted as the basic coin by the newspapers and their public. ________ Rancher Thinks He Has Found Reason for High Cost of Living r. c. Paul. a rancher of M«-dford. Or who 1* well known In Se attle. think* ha kno«i ots>- reason why th«- coat of llvlnis I* hlnh Paul ha» 'tftltten to hln attorney. Ainlatant Preaocutlng Attor ney Gallagher lwe. telltfiic » hat happened to hl» applea. ■ He (hipped IMO («***» of Newton llppln apple* of the flr*t clan* to thf Prodt>«"#ra Krult Co , at Hacramcuto, Caltf. The aaie price wa* K0177 • The fruit company mailed Paul a check. together with ar Item lied account of th«- charicee acainit that 1202.77 total. Here are the Itema. Fraifht » 90 55 Loading ... ~.... 3.60 Commlnlofi on tale* ' 14.W Storage and Inauranca 39 14 Packing 50 40 Total 1197.89 Paul'* check for the difference came to >4 .»*' GIRL KILLED 6T HUMAN FIEND PITTSBURG. May 20 — Search for a fl*nd who out raged and itranglad to death Grace Johnaon, a pretty 14- year old girl of Trafford, rear here, I* on today throughout all the adjacent country. Po lice. state mounted cinatabu lary, and ahanffa' posses with bloodhounde are aiding In the aearch. The glrl'a body was found In tome buehea by the roadside. She wsi cold In death, and torn clothing and other evi dence* ahowed that before b?- irg choked to deah. »he had been cruelly outraged. The newa spread like wild fire throughout the district, and all laat night Infurlited cltirena searched the country, determined, If the fiend could br found, to take summary vengeance. It It believed that If He •• captured a lynching, or possi bly a burning, is a certainty. GRAFT WITNESS WON'T ANSWER •THd %ou tell Dr. Crlchton that you had fed hi* men money long enough, anil that you were through with It?" , , When Attorney Snyder, tor the complainant* In the health depart ment Investigation. put thin <jues Hon to K I R»ss. a former dairy man at Hothell. Tuesday. Ih.« lnt ter's attorney, 7- "• l-aweon. oh- Ject^d. "I object on tho ground that to answer It would tend to Incriminate the witneas," he aald. Upon the advice of exoneration Counsel Bradford, Chairman Parish did not Insist upon the question be ing answered. Uoss had been dodging the sub poena servers, and was arrested Monday by Inspector Lowe of the sanitation department, and placed under bonds. Itoss Is now engaged In the stage business between lloth ell and Seattle. ****************** * PIKRRK, S D.. Mm 20 * * loatMd of going to ntibHiM * * towns, a number of banks In * * the northeastern part of the * * xtate will be ntarted on the * * proposed line of a railway and * * will wall for the railroad and * * towns to come to them The * * locations of the banks are dct * * Ignated on quarter sections. * ****************** one cent Isn't II Odd? HUMAN BRUSH IN TOILS |ly Wire PITTSBt'RO. I'a May 20—Grunt Ing guttural apolog e* for French, a six-foot-five wild man. covered over fare and body with coarse hair. Is In Jail here Police are looking for his circus • • • RODMAN TAKES A BRACER nr Pr««« Win SKA lIRIGHT. N. J.. May 20.— i With a girl on his back and hit motorcycle going #6 tnlles an hour. Hodman Law, the "human fly." shot through an open draw Into the river for the "movies." • • • MODEL HUSBAND LOSES | lly Pfi* l.fmeil Wlr# CHICAGO, May 20 lleing a mod el husband isn't grounds for divorce, so Jay C. Poslvn. who testified he was the model, was refused a de cree. • • • DORN WITH TRIPLE JINX Itjr I'reM ! Wlr* HACKENBACK, N. I, May 20 — As the date of its birth the latest child of Mr and Mrs. William Show will carrv 13-13 through life. Horn May 13. 1913, It is also the 13th rhiid. • • • OUR CHICKENS LOADED i I»jr Pcm Wlr* NEW YORK, May 20. Ell Kas teln, a poultry dealer, told an and lence yesterday that poultry ship per* are feeding chickens on sand ami cement to make them heavy. • • • lly fntt»il rm< t*«»c<l Wtro IN A PANE FUL HURRY CHICAGO. May 20 An absent minded Chicago university pro fessor, name concealed, forgot he was In a department store, and started through a plate glass win dow when he saw his car. They stitched his head. • * * 'TWAS A MATTER OF FORM Mv t'nltftil T-phh-iI Wtrs PHILADELPHIA. May 20 Fire men risked their lives and two were overcome by smoke in rescuing a woman who. when carried to the street, proved to be a dummy model. I RKCTOR IN FAVOR OF SUNDAY BALL |lV Pro* I,cit*rd \Vlri» KVKRKTT. Wash . May 20 Fol lowing the action of the board of education in locking up the public playground to prevent the use of the'field on Sunday. Hev. Kdgar M Rogers, rector of Trinity church, is on record today as a friend of Sun day baseball He baaed Ills plea oti the value of recreation for working men who have no chance to play during the other t>lx days of the week. HOME edition POLICE AT SAN DIEGO PUT EMMA GOLDMAN IN CELL; SAY THEY FEAR LYNCHING BULLETIN SAN DIEGO, May 20 — Emma Goldman and Or. Ben Reitman, her manager, were placed on board the 1:10 Santa Ft train h«r« today and tent north. They were guarded by a strong detachment of police and were followed to the rail way atatlon by a mob of sev eral thouaand. The/ had con sented to leave If given pro tection. SAN DIEGO, Cal., May 20.— fearing they would be lynched within an hour after their ar rival. police arrested Emma Goldman, anarchist leader; Dr. Ben Reitman, her manager, and Wm. Gerke. advance man, at 4 o'clock this morning, as they stepped from the train. They came here from Los An geles and had been advertised to lecture tonight. The last time they were In San Diego, during the I. W. W. trou bles. Miss Goldman was escort ed out of town, and Reitman was taken out on the desert, tarred and feathered and turned loose. Within a very few min utes after they were placcd in the city jail, the first of a cit izens' committee appeared. A billy projected from his hip pocket. He proceeded to call up his friends and within 3 lew hours a good-sized vigilance committee was hovering about the vicinity of the station. After a conference with Chief Wilson, Admiral Manney, su perintendent of police, gave out the following statement: "We arrested Emma Gold- Your Opportunity Is Passisrng to get one of those fine Parcel Post maps which The Star is giving away free with each yearly subscription. This map contains a map of the state of Washington, the United States and the Panama Canal, shows the Parcel Post zones in detail and gives full information regarding the Parcel Post. Hardly a day will pass but what you have occasion to refer to this map. But your chance to get one free will soon be past, as the supply is limited and they are going fast. Remember, the map doesn't cost you a cent. Just send us $3.25, the regular price of The Star, and you will receive one of these fine maps at once, as well as Tho Star for a full year. SURE THING I' .'-r grandpa h« f*'l v*rv »\f)t in th«r Iri tbfM ip«(UII«tJ • • • Mia fun«r*l l« !'»m<rr « FLAGLER. man and her two companions solely for their own protec tion. They would have been lynched within an hour had we not taken them into custody. What we will do with them will depend entirely on what they do and on the way the citizens act. I understand the Goldman woman has attorneys here." Immediately after Issuing the statement. Manney went to po lice headquarters, where sev eral hundred men had gatt ered. Most of them carried tin horns, which they were blowing. Fire in School! Too Much Latin Too much Latin raused a small fire Monday at the Anne high school, which mlj-ht have re suited In serious consequences but for the presence of mini of a num ber of students. The fire W3s caus ed by a drop curtain falling and overturning an altar containing burning incense, during the presen tation of a I^atin play. The stu dents managed to hold the fire in check by means of the garden hose until the fire department arrived. The damage w as about J125. GREEN POSTCARDS NOW. WASHINGTON. D. C. May 20. —Penny postal cards wil be green hereafter, like these in many foreign countries. Postmaster General Burleson has signed an order for thi change.