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BROKE DOGS' BACKS, THEN
KEPT ANIMALS AUVE TO
STUDY NERVES. HE SAYS
FHrLAORLrHIA. J\m« It (Bpl>
*—A number of ptvmlnent phjsl
elans are uncomfortable today over
th« announcement of John K. K
Hcott. lawyer. legislator and repre
sentative of the Pennsylvania S
I*. C. A.. that for month* ha has
had detectives watching surgeons
enjtageil In research work Nt the
University of PonurlvMli and
other Institutions, anil has proof
that sevnrnl have pract ced niinuo
cruelty. aud that warrants will b«<
served on them today.
He charges that on« doc after an
operation walked backward Tor
**ki before It died, and that an
other went around for weeks with
tta skull opened and It* brain ex
posed. Put the worst charge of
cruelty that Mr. Scott says ho will
prove la that Pennsylvania Vnl-
WIFE AND ADMIRER
JAILED AS SLAYERS
KJUNVnDW, Te*a«. June l» —
(Spl ) —After she hart tried to
fasten the crime on her 13 year-old
son. Mr*. Mary Muncey. iS year*
old. and Horace Peter*. 19, have
been formally charged with the
murder of the woman's husband, J
W. Muncey. a rich stockman of
1 cockney, near here.
Moth were remanded to Jail with
out bond. Peters Is a school teach
er. He is accused aa an accomplice
and Mrs. Muncey a* the actufti
murderer.
The pair had been together fre
quently. It U said, and ft shorr time
M'KENZIE WILL
TAKESHORTREST
Speaking of vacation. County
Commissioner McKenxle ssked for
a two-weeks vacation at the board
meeting yesterday
"Why not make It a good one*"
aaked Commissioner Hamilton, who
has been taking hla vacations with
out making formal re<juest* for
them. "Why not make It »U
months?"
McKentle has not taken a vaca
tion since he assumed office, over
two years ago
"It would suit you O. K..' replied
McKen-iie, "If I didn't get hack till
the end of my term, wouldn't ItT"
Those who have been following
the grand jury Investigation can
appreciate why Hamilton had noth
ing farther to say. McKenite can
have his vacation If he want* It.
both Hamilton and Knudsen voting
affirmatively.
What More Could You Expeetf
The wedding recurred at the home
of Samuel H. Jackson, when hi*
daughter, Nellie A., was united In
marriage with Oeorge A Taylor of
Conway by Rev Oeorge A Senter.
In the presence of about a score of
relative*. Their dres* wa* neat, de
portment perfect, and the ceremony
well done -Sandwich (N. H.)
Reporter.
J. REDELSHEIMER A CO.
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Special:
Tailored
Suits
For Ladies and Misses
Values to $30,
now
$19.50
Including the latest
fancy mixtures in gray
and tan and a few blue
serge*.
All Wool and Silk
Dresses at One-
Fourth Off.
J. Redelsheimer
& Co.
Two Entrances
First Av. and Columbia St.
veraity phvalolana have dropped
live dona off the roof of the medi
cal laboratory, ao a* to brvnk the
backs of the animate In order that
they might belter study the func
tions of the motor and sensory cen
tres In the spinal cord. Twenty
dogs were so treated, Mr, Scott
> alleges.
Another allegation Is that ani
mals that have been operated on
i have been afterward placed In the
same kennels with other animals,
and that dof» and cats thus afflict
ed had their wounds torn open by
' the other animals who attacked
them.
A wholesale sacrifice of the lives
of animals Is charged and further
that several well bred doga have
been stolen and subjected to
1 torture.
I ago Muncey hart warned the school
teacher to leave IxK-knoy, but hp
took the warning with 111 grace.
At the hearing before Justice of
the Peace Moon at l,ockney, the
nio*t Important testimony wan
given by Judse Stallbtrd. who aaltt
ho *m passing th« Muncey homo
early tn the morning when he heard
a shot within the house
Mr* Muncey, her 13-ear-old aon
am! 8-year-old daugher ran scream
j Inc Into the yard, and rttallbird en
tered to find the stockman lying
on the b«d with several bullet
I wounds tn his heart
WithLoneLegHe
Pulls Hundreds
ATI .ANTIC CITY. N J.. June 13
—E L. Jones, who gave his ad
dresa as Yankton. 8 IVUt.. was
found begging on the lloardwalk.
Ordered away, he went to Atlantic
av. There Detective Charlea Ap
pie found him seated on the side
walk.
Jones haa only one leg and can
contort that so that he look* like
a hopeless cripple He let police
men lift him Into the patrol wagon.
In court he was fined 120.
"I'm satisfied if you are," said
he. "Took In over a hundred right
here. Have a smoke," and be
pulled out ft roll of bills and some
good cigar*.
Next he showed the police a can
celed mortgage for 910.040 dated
190«.
"1 made that $10,000 on a tour
through the Weat on a begging trip
and paid off the balance on a
$15.0<v> ranch I own near Yankton."
he explained "My trip this time
Is to get 110,000 more to buy some
new stock."
Hatch Chicks in
Old Coal Mine
J. H. London. superintendent of
the Kleanor coal mine® near Bl*
Run. Pa., ha« ttjrned an ol<l mine
Into an Incubator He placed 23
White Wyandotte eggs In a banket
and hung them In a small dry
room of the mine where hot water
continually bubbled from the
ground. London attended to the
eggs a* he would had they been In
an Incubator. At the end of the
regular time for Incubation the
eggs began to hatch
lyjndon now has 11 healthy
chickens from his 23 eggs.
The H ostrich/
Harvard Rag
CAMPRTBOR. June H.—The
"turkey trot." the "chicken flip"
and all the other fancy wiggles
were welcomed at the annual dance
of the Malar class at Harvard last
night So enthusiastic did the
near-graduates become over the s<>
called "poultry" dances that they
have Inven'ed one of their own.
"The Host rich."
The protest from the Wellesley,
Radcllffe and other college girls
that they will not be allowed to at
tend the Harvard senior dance If
the "ul'rn fancy" sort of tripping Is
allowed was met by the Harviyd
men The girls" colleges had clos
ed their terms and the feminine col
leglans were free to go wherever
they pleased. They "pleased" to
attend.
Vets to 'Shake'
at Gettysburg
MIDDLKTOWN. X. Y, June 12
—A plan to restage the battle of
Gettysburg on its 60th anniversary
In July—with hand shaking taking
the place of bullets - has been an
nounced by Henry M. Howell, who
fought with the 124 th New York
regiment at Oettysburg. Mr How
ell Is trying to arrange a reunion
of the survivors, place the contend
ing "armies" as they were on the
eve of battle, and bavo them ad
vance across the famoua field and
clasp hands.
PRINCE KILLED IN
FIGHT OVER GIRL
WARSAW. Russia, June 12 —
Tho police Investigating the mur
der of Prince Ladlslas Druckl Lu
beckl, for which llaron John lllsp-
Ing, one of the wealthiest landlords
In Lithuania, was arrested, found
letters which show that the two
men had quarreled over tho affec
tions of a beautiful young woman
hearing one of the highest titles In
Russia and related to the cr.ar.
The baron's defense will prob-.
ably be that after quarreling over
the young woman o they fought a
duel, In whl'h the prince was
killed.
CO-OtKRATIVB STORKS In the
United Kingdom have a member
ship of 2,!t'J2,r.90 and did a year's
bualuoNß o£
SEEKS CELL TO
SHAKE 'SHARK'
PUEBLO, Colo. June 13—'T
have been suffering hell on earth
for eight months." declared H. 8
Knapp. the Agullar bank robber, to
ft Pueblo detective, "and I made
the break of robbing that bank for
the purpose of making an official
entry to the state penitentiary I
have spent my first peaceful night
for a year In the Trinidad Jail »nd
I am looking forward to ray visit
to Canon City with real pleasure "
Uambler* ami loan sharks had him
In thetr grasp.
GIRL TRIES TO SELL
BODY FOR CLOTHING
CINCINNATI. June 11—Eleanor
E. Muchmore went to a hospital
here and tried to sell her body to
obtain clothe*.
"You don't want us to kill you"
•aked the surprised clerk.
"Oh. no. but 1 want new elothe*
and thought I might be able to sell
my body, to be delivered after
death." she said
Her offer was not accepted.
MAN BEHIND THE
MOVING PICTURE
GUN IS DIRECTOR
ROLLIN 8. STfROEON.
The director of the moving pic
ture company of players Is the
"man behind the gun."
Clever, adaptable, quickwitted
actors are necessary. Plots are
necessary Scenery Is necessary.
Hut the man who puts the wholo
together; who tells each player
what to do and when to do It. Is
really the guiding spirit and the
mainspring of tho successful
"movie" picture.
This Is the picture of Kolltn 8.
SturKeon. the director of the
Vltanraph company at Santa Mon
ica. California. He's not very big
and he doesn't make any ostenta
tious ahow of Ma know!od««. Hut
ho la one of tho bent directors In
the business.
RENT PAYKIIS will be Interest
ed to note that the presence of
the ctmex lectHlarius In a flnt Is suf
ficient ground to br«>ak n lease.
Often the only way to Ket rid of the
clinex Is to bum the ttiattrcs*.
Dance nt Dreamland tonight.
AT THE THEATRES
THIS WEEK.
Moor# —Dark.
Metropolitan —"fine Feathers."
Seattle "The Regeneration."
Orpheum Vaudeville.
Empress -Vaudeville. .
Pantsges Vaudeville.
Grand Vaudeville arid motion
pictures.
Clemmer — Photoplays and
vaudeville.
Melbourne — Photoplays and
vaudeville.
Alhambra — Photoplays and
vaudeville.
THF STAR—THURSDAY. JUNE 12. 1913.
THE GREAT AMERICAN HOME
Lives 28 Years
on Homestead
HOSKIItmO. Or*.. Juna IS.—
Having lived on a homestead claim
fur 21 yeara before making a home
atead filing. Hy l». Ackers. who
live* on the Month I'mpqua river.
18 mllea above Ttll«r, probably
hold* tha record for loos residence
on a government land claim before
making a filing Ackers ram* to
Roaebttrg and mad* a legal filing
after living on tha place for 2*
yearn. Ha will bo able to produce
plenty of wltne«*rs when It cornea
to maktng final proof.
Today's Beauty Recipes
A «m 4 and laaspanatva
treatment faulty ;>!•■ i«m. Ml
:-»r>aaa. ptmpla* or !• Miilr
made ki hums by dlwolvlnf m *dfl
nal p«c»a*« maratoaa In a Half
plat «f with hu*l fttep 'ialnc pow
4«r fa'•a <-r ••ma ud fMllr m»»-
iMa l«tl«n ww tha fm
• m<l forsariM aaoh morula# It
will protect a*a!ntt wnhura lan
frwhla« H mihaa tha akin fraah and
•m«Kh, »1«h tha Mlor of r»«th
The ihimpM la on* that
lat All jr r«miTM dandruff Wl«n r«MI («n
Irvh oat <lar.4ruff the day
after jrour e*alp hu not
• nw froo<l from the p»ruiiH that mom
dull. brittle m<l ftlllnf half
It the bMt dandruff
T »fT\-r*r t know It k the heir
fluffy and full of Ufe oolor —A<lw-
tiuwim
To the
BEACH
MOCUPS
PACIFIC
WESTPORT
COHASSETT
Excursion
Tickets Daily
With Season Limit
Very Low
Week-End
Fares
Saturday and Sunday
June 14 and 15
And F.arh Wrck Through
Summer
Three Trains Daily
Each Way
Parlor Buffet Cars and
Coaches
EXCURSION
TICKETS EAST
On Sale Daily
Four
Transcontinental
T rains
Let U« Qlve You Detail*
They Are Interesting
J. O. McMULLEN
City Pan. Agent
H. N. KENNEDY, Qen. Agt.
Flret Ave. end Yeiler Way
Seattle, Waih.
Tel., Elliott 5750
POW wow
At Spokane
Low Fare Tickets June 18 and 18
GLUBSUPKOLDING
BRIDGES' STAND
Kant Madiaon Bt Washington
Park Improvement aaaorlatlon
atands Iti favor of four of ll>« {>ort!
proposition* to b« voted on at thni
coming bond election, follow log tho
paaalng of reaolutlona at lu laat
meeting. The members are oppoa-'
ed to Proposition 4. to Incronae the t
site of the commlnalon. which la
oppoaed by Commlaalorier Bridges, j
All, the projects save the one
which would lnrreaan the number
of |>ort commissioner* to five re
ceived the unanlmoua Indorsement
of member* of the Kavenna Com
munlty club, which held Ita regular
monthly meeting at the Itavenna
■chool Tuesday night. Among the
cpeakera were llob Bridges and
Thomaa R. Horner
"The!
H
Among Uie pictures being shown
>t Seattle's many raorlnu picture
houses thin *«k, one of (he big
gent neoNiM In "The Btolcn Mel
ody." at tho Bocl ety. It la con
ventional In outline, but It la pleaa-
Ingly acted, fairly well aet and pho
tographed, and dramatic. At two
or three polnta, and the** the piv
otal places from which tho atory
geta Ita Interest. It vary clonely re
semble* "The Stolen Symphony,"
produced for the Isubln people by
Arthur Johnaon, a picture which
waa much bettor In every way. If
the author, Malcolm Dougina, haa
not seen the former offering, he
deaervea credit; otherwlae not
much.
• • •
King Kaggot appears In the
leading role In "The Comedian's
Mask." which began at the Alham
bra today.
• • •
The Elite theatre, a now moving
picture house, located on Th'rd av„
between Seneca and University St.,
opened today.
• • •
At the Society Until Friday
"The Vampire of tho Desert,"
two reels; "Aunty nnd the Girls,"
"With tho Assistance of Shep,"
"The Stolen Melody."
• • •
At the Ytsler Until Friday
"Tho r>eer*layor," two reels;
"Groundless Suspicion." "Clarenc*
at the Theatre." "Fixing Aunty
Up."
e e *
At the Dream Until Sunday
"Get Hlch Quick Bellington,"
"Bad Little Girl." "How It All Map
pened," "The Great I'erll."
e • •
At the Qrand Until Sunday
"The MaHter Cracksman," two
reels; "Gaumont Weekly."
e • •
At the Circuit Until Sunday
"The Big Boss." two reels; "The
Caged Bird," "My Mlmoxas Sweet
heart," "The King's Messenger."
• • •
At the Melbourne Until Sunday
"I/leut. Tettraznl," three reels;
"The Hnnsoiii Driver," "Feeding
Time." "California Poultry."
• * •
At the Class A Until Sunday
"The Tmgedy of Big Kaglc
Mine."
• • •
At the Clemmer Until Sunday
"A Regiment of Two," two reela;
"A Hose of May," "The Pawnbrok-
Daughter."
• • •
At the Claaa A Until Sunday
"Tho Final Judgment," "When
Fat© Decrees," "Jenkg Becomes a
Desperate Charuoter."
• . .
At the Melbourne Until Sunday
"Lieut. Petroslno," three ro>lx;
"The Hansom Driver,". "Feeding
Time," "California Poultry."
• • •
At the Olympian Tonight
"The Man Higher Up," "French
Ai'iuy Aluuuuvuia," "TUu Uj^uuluu
THE GREAT
PRICE CUTTING SALE jffe;
IS IN PULL BLAST l|j|^
National Piano Mfrs., 823 3rd Ave., near Marion.
HEAVY CUTS ON 'EM ALL
EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS AT THAT!
HHBpipiVVe Will Rent or Sell
LIIL Lh New Player Pianos
rnPrand Give You FREE
I lllill- MUSIC ROLLS —
We will only sell Sixty more instruments at these terrific sacrifices. We will
then have plenty of space to go ahead with building our New Talking Machine
Rooms.
TOMORROW AND SATURDAY WILL BE GREAT DAYS WITH US.
DONT MISS IT!
Put a dollar in your pocket and come to these factory salesrooms; pick out any
one of these Guaranteed Highest Grade Pianos or Player Pianos, and we will send it
out to your home.
National Piano Mf rs.
823 Third Avenue, Near Marion
One Block Below Orpheum Theatre, Opposite Central Building
THE MARKETS
■, ho following are tho average prl<
tmlA by looal wmmlHlnn merchanta to
,h, producer* and pr\r*m paid i»y tho re
t ill or to tho rommlnlon »rt Tho prlrea
i a;<l tho furmoro oomo under "buying
pr Iro." nnd tho turn paid by tho rotallor
under "Belling prtco " Prlt-ea in oil raaee
•ro aubjoct to variation, according to
frothnvu and general aacollotico. but
these price a, unleea othorwlao Indloatod.
•ro for atrlotly flrat grades
Kma, ranch . It® >5
Fralt—Hrlllng Prlro
AppUa 7 .00
Valencia I ft*© 4 00
No\ ala 4 0"O 4.71
l»rroard M onto—-Moiling Prlra.
I • mnna 7.00® *.50
Chucks .10
ICIt • NO I .14
I i na. N«» 1. full .17
r« wa No 1 .If
lllnda. ateer .l&H
)• ■ ro. atoor .11H
|l( tinda 1J Vfc
•'v tongue. froah .14
I.lvor .♦!
11* art .01 J
Mutton—
Kwea .11*
Wfth»n .14*4
I .amb IBHO It
Veal fancy modlum wt . • .13 ft .1.1*4
Veal. Urge .ICO .11
i Pork —
I Hrogggd hogs .14
Tiimmod aldea .I7ty
SI •rt 1 -»ln pork .30
Phxuldora .14
It tg a foot .06
Kpnro rlha .11*4
I ik aauaago .14
l.lvar aauaago .11
llniogna ..\ .11
Tuba . .It
ftmokod Moato—-Moiling Prloo.
II ma .ith
Karon *11# .24
Hollo* ham .17
<>* toriguo, onch .TS
Pried boof .11
Poultry. I -oral—Raying PHco.
Spring broilers .11
llona 120 .14
Turkeye. llvo .S3
(•hi rturka .12
Rooatera llvo .10
spring duckllnga .1*
lln'iA •»•••••»• .12
d«»« 1.50
Yogohihlee—Soiling Prlro.
t.<» a I rhuluirb 01 SO Of
I.<>nl Bottles 4.00£» 4.50
Onions 11 01% If 01
1' latoaa, ton 14.0001*.00
Carrots. local ..71
Heola. local 1-00
T jrnlna 1.51
Cauliflower, crnto 2 21
('aullfluwgr. d«<* 12ft
lln(h<«uao lottuco, era to «. I.fBO 1 .R0
1., nl napamKUN. box l.f&O I.RO
Moid lottuoo. crnto S.fl
Colory, groan top, crato .. 4.00
Pffd, tolling Prloa.
Kaatorn Waablngton tlm-
Hud." "Literature nnrl Ixjve," "Tlip
Sheriff* Story."
« * »
At the City Until Sunday
"Tho Firo Fighter'* Love," "A
Luck) Fall," "W'lfey's Investment."
• • •
At the Alhambra Until Monday
"Tlio Comedian's MubU," two
reels.
° l
othy t1.00014.00
Pugot oound timothy 14 00#1* 00
Alfalfa 14 00 014 00
Whoat hay 1T.0001t.00
Itran t« 000 27 00
Bh.rto 51.00030 00
Wholo oom IS.OoOTt oo
<•»«< kod torn 00
Middling* 14 00 I
DANCING
HIPPODROME
Ultk h4 Cilnnllf.
11-yl.r. Vain Orrhratra.
fiaaclKs Tnncht hr CMpelfU
Trarkm.
f fWAnd every man can eat it without ttkinf a moment*
/// thought about digeaoon when the pie CW* * !«*<• VW\
Jig flaky, tender a* you can make it with
Ul Swift's Silver-Leaf Lard M
Km TM» radp* make* perfect pic cnirt. Try ki VH
111 »«* IjuTy jm ■*.»; 11l
rj n wa««. p<i "*t. 'IL 111
111 4m» •!*'•*-Ua< Lm4 •• tea II I
wilTmak? tasty pastry *ol^aU kind*. tU
Swift'* Sthrer-Leal Lara i* put u# in JBB
\ tight covered, new on paib. Every MWa
AGood New Piano for $195
A small payment down and n little each month pays for It.
WAAK-BAKER PIANO CO., INC.
1406 FIRST AVE. o
Sole Agents for Ivera A Pond and Hallet & Davis Planet.
Dane® at Dreamland tonight. ••• —
Pacific Stump Puller
**Ballt for XorthvMl fltnmpi**
A almpla. powerful and ln«xp«B
--•Iva machlna. which can ha oparatad
by oat) man and on* horaa.
Call or writ* for FREF ROOKLVT.
It t*lli how to <claar utump land at
a lower ooat par acra than haa arar
tc#n poNlble haratofora.
PACIFIC MAXrFA(TrRI\fI CO.
1112 Wtatw Av.. Maattl*. Wash.
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