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The Star's Circulatian Is More Than Forty Thousand Copies Daily. That Is Bona Fide, Paid Circulation. The Books Are Open for Advertisers* Inspection Any Time
Nothing will ruin the country if
the people themselves will undertake
its safety; and nothing can save it if
they leave that safety in any hands
but their own.—Daniel Webster.
BIG DOINGS THIS WEEK, AS SEEN BY VIC, STAR'S BILLBOARD ARTIST
LAWYER EMERY IS BIG BOSS AT WASHINGTON
ASTUTE LOBBYIST HAS NATION'S SENATORS AT HIS BECK AND CALL
CONVENTION
PROGRAM TO
OPEN TODAY
An »ddre«* an S«l»l lostlce,"
by I>r«* dent Frtnk Tuekcr. wIM
fenture the opening session at the
Metropolitan theatre tonight of the
44Hh annual meeting of the Nat on
at Conference of Charities and Cor
rectlon
The conference will last a# en
tire »wk, and numerous ti,>-«fln<:*
hat* been arranged at *art"u» the
aire*, the Plymouth church, aod
{h# +»roadway high school.
* Moat of th> delegates ar«i al
t*n?v in the -''2 The Jheetlpg to
„ feljtht will b« to order by
*Re% Sydr.py FWrons. pmUnt of
the Seattle (,>ntral Council A
rial \e-rMe« Gov Mater. Mayor
+ Cotterlll and representative of the
- <%usnier'' al Ctiiln will dcM'er ad-
of welcome
Will Occuoy Pulpits
i Vlai.< of the i ulplta here will be
occupied tomc.rraw by various del
egates. and a big afternoon meet
ing will be he'd at the Moore thea
tre, wh« n H»v \ I MrKelwajr of
Atlanta. On., will deliver the con
fere nee sermon
All delegate* are requested to
re*%if- at the Plymouth church.
Delegates badges aid tickets will
be distributed at the registration
desk.
The program:
T«r»»s|rti. Tkrtlrr
riDH |o —ft#*.
Hy«tr t*v Srrnrxft <« »tt»*
Invocation it-v ll#rt>#rt 11.
A4<lr«Hi« \ (. K>mo*t#r, Cham
ber- of Cnrnm*rr*
AfMr*»*« K, I* ?*k <*•>!. Itniiry cluh,
Artilrwf of w!#-orm Mayor Cot
t^lll
..f w^lcom* 1 ~<Jor I,lnt#r
*«>!c t'ei -i Johnston. ar
rr np*r»f**t r.v K*hal Mv*r
op Hitrlal JanJlrp"- Prwi
klfftr Frank York
Informal r» <-**pt;«m-~10 p. m. »t
Plymouth r■! »rch
*n»4ny. .1 p. w. M»»«»re Tkralrf
Inrnriiflon—fiatM Hamu»! Koch.
4 t *!#■
Solr>—
"vrrnot It»v A f
M' K#lw»v. Atlanta <J
Hnn»*»« . X p. r»» . fironifrim} Vllgli
CfimmHtM report on "Fortieth
Arnual fV>nfrr*nc« of Children "
K**ir. Brother Harnalxa. F H C .
• uptprinf Un<oln Air rfrultural
•choot, Uncolnrfaia. N Y
Ar!<lr»ft« on "VofitJonil Training'
V f "inlfin* ■ «jp*rlnt prt4"n f f*ol
Orphans' home. Davenport. la
OlMiiMton t*-i tiv I>r Mary
O'Brlrn porter, protectorate f'ath
oftr Woman * of r'hf^awo
VISITING HOURS ON
BATTLESHIPS FIXED
Potlateh relebrators will be
given a chance to visit the battle
ship* which have been ordered to
Seattle during the festival. The
hours for vlnlting have been fixed
from 10 to II 30 aftd from 1:30 to
4:10.
That Tent for
the Summer Outing
The firm of Linquist & Lund are regu
lar advertiser* in The Star. They make
a specialty of tents, awnings, auto pen
nants, streamers, carnival supplies, etc.
They have a large and well equipped
plant at 220 Spring st., where they man
ufacture these lines of goods. »

In their ad, which appears on page
3 in today's Star, will he found full par
ticulars of what they have to offer, and
if you need anything in their line, it will
pay you to look up.
VOLUME 15
NO 109
A Honeymoon in
Jungle? No! She
Balks at Altar
MRS. CHARIJiS K. DOIJ.
NKVV YOKK. July 5 — .VI I*B M*d»-
lelne Sylveater decided that ah'' pre
ferred a flat in the metropolis to a
bungalow In the JunEles of Hondo
ra» So. when Ruaneli H Milliard,
the eiplorer. cam>< back to *id her.
ahe celebrated the occasion by
marrying Charles E I>o!l.
The explorer, however, refuse* to
repine.
Tin not surprised at anything
happening in this cra*y dtj, he
nays. So long aa I am !n the
jungle, thlnga go very quietly and
comfortably. But as aoon a* I
come back to civilization I get It
from all aides at one*.
Really, though, I don't blame the
girl for preferring the variet;. and
excitement here to hard tack and
beam with me In the wild* of Mot
duras. where there * about one mall
a year."
MANN IS 'HET IT
WASHINGTON. Itlly 5 Assert
Ing that the democrats are trylr»«
to prevent a dlKUHlon of 'he
Dlggs{'aminetn Incident and of the
reatgnsMon of I'nited State* Hla
trlct Attorney lohn McNab, Repub
lican Floor Leader Mann threat
etiefl when the house met today,
to prevent the trannartlon of anv
other business by a filibuster until
he and Other republicans are per
mltted to dlacusa the IMggs matter
on the floor
FOR SEATTLK AND VICINITY: SHOWERS TONIGHT OR SUNDAY; LIGHT SOUTHEASTERLY WINDS.
The Seattle Star
SEATTLE. WASH., SATURDAY. JULY 5. 1913
SAFECRACKER WITH A YEARNING FOR
PUBLICITY PAYS THE STAR A VISIT AND
PASSES AROUND SOME REAL CIGARS
lie strolled into The Star office this morning much in the
manner, though not in the garl#, i>< an advance aijenl f«»r a
theatrical a|{KrcKati<>n . vrar( i'»X l«'r publicity. I'aaned vjme
cigars around <«»>»«I. Ihj;. fat. juic\ Havana* iliey were—
ipilled a friendly greeting to wh. >m*< ever w.in concerned, and
right jovially introduced him*elf
"I'm torn Allen "
Hi> air meant to convey the itlea that he certainly had
said somethinß then
We took a good. <u]nare at him He wore a yellow
coat, a shabby hat. baggy trouaera, hob nailc'l -ho«>-. and a
few days' growth of beard No, we didn't recogni/c the gentle
man.
"WILAT?" —
Tom Allen wa* shocked He almost was peeved, too.
hut his good humor »am« to the front, and he forgave our
stupid ignorance.
"Why, I'm the gwv who did the Page Washington, job,"
he explained.
The big, white light wa* still
missing.
"i>on't you remember'' Tom Al
len demanded "1 lost $2* 000 on
that Job when they nabbed lie Hid
three years at McNeil'* for that.
Post office robbery, you know
We were beginning to ge' hlni
"Oh, everybody know* me Allen
said. proudly. "1 m no slouch.
Hon't think I'm broke berauae 1
wear theae kind of cloth" * I m
not Got a neat little pile ■■towed
away rlgh*. now —a few tbouaand
dollar*."
Wherewith he carsle**ly let hi*
hand* drop Into hi* ve*t pocket*,
drawing forth from one » bunch of
gllttsring gold coin* and from the
other a fat wad of greenback*
"Ores* thl* way Allen elucidat
ed, "to throw the I'lnk* and plain
clothe* butts off Won t do, you
know, to throw rl*ht In their musn
that I'm flush I'm not the kind to
beat them and rub It In, too
1 know them all. Km> every
detective by sight, Just Ilk.- they
know me I'm no spring chicken.
Been al thl* name *lnce I »«i 17
fifty-two now Never l*>en caught
but twice with the goods I've
era' • r i safe* from Portland. Me.,
to Portland, Or. and from l,ondoii
to <"on*tantlnople "
Ve*. we were hep.
"I've done some job* In my
time," h« went on. "They all
know Tom Alien. I'm a collego
graduate and am a pretty
• mooth article at *afe blow
ing—scientific cracksman, you
might say. Got a little patent
of my own. Haven't applied for
copyright yet. Cup* made of
■nap. some nltro glycerine, a
little mercury to steer the
'<oup' where the work i* to be
performed on the tumblers, and
thsre you are. Did three Jobs
In one week once Netted $180,-
000. Made $50,000 alnce I left
McNell'a, In Iflo. Bee, I'm
telling you all thl* *o you can
underitand I'm np ilouch and
can dslivsr the good*.
"fame up to h* e you, a* I under
atand you've Imvti mhvliik Homethlng
about the prison down at McNell'a.
Well, Ho, I've not the goods on
that. Have n wonderful memory, I
have, I ran Klve you exactly, day
I>, da- , a few of the things thai
happened down at McNeil'* And,
believe me, McNell'a I* a had place."
Investigation nf Tom Allen'* rec
ord bear* out 111* statement that
hit's a craek safecracker He ha*
been mugged In every Imporlant
city In the country, and the Pinker
tons have a detailed record of his
activities.
"Aron t you ovrrrradilnK ytnir
«.>lf a I'll with Mil* franl; dlKii*
aioii of your < w<> kindly In-
quired. *
•Don't fret over me," Tom Allen
brisk ly replied "Every time they
can get me, they'll get me. They
know who I am. And they know
what I do for a living. I've k®wn
eome pretty clever onee In my day,
and they all get caught aooner or
later. That part la a aura bet."
"Coining to turn over a n»-w loaf
now?"
"Who? Mlt Hell, no!"
And Tom Allen, mifi < racker e*
traordlnury, left us.
THE ONLY PAPER IN SEATTLE THAT DARES TO PRINT THE NEWS
COOitiEE WILL
ASK INJUNCTION
Sherlf Oldlh- <• will attempt to
alave off. by meana of an Inlunc
Hon. tb» r«n ill movement lodged
b_v the Mallard ihingle weaver* and
ihe lt> nton mlnert against him A
con j lalnt hk'ul at the county and
Hot, to prevent the latter from Is
■ ulng the recall |>etltlona, I* Iwing
pre;.:M*-<| t'xl t>* b> Attorney Walter
Tnlton
This complaint *eta up the aver
ntent that the petition drws not
charge malfeasance or misfeasance
In office, and. furthermore, that
even If »h' petition doe* *et out
•uch charge . the* are untrue Cud
thee «ll| contend that until It la
established by Judicial decree that
h» had been guilty of ml*feu*an(e
or malfeasance In office, the recall
cannot lie Invoked against him.
BlgM
M
An unknown I* winner of The
Htars | ;--t'ould worry" contest to
day.
An a token of The War's appre
ciation of ability and wit, the
party who sign* himself "Ibid will
receive on calling at this office,
two splendid baa relief* on silver.
One of these show* an American
«ii le rampant. suitably Inscribed.
The other I* an equally beautiful
Image of the bend of the Ooddess
of liberty, Hy *|ieclal arrange
ment with the mint, both these
b;i* relief* appear on one piece of
metal.
Come on, "Ibid." and get the
washer.
Mere's his couplet:
"I should worry, I should go craiy.
Get a wife and get pinched If I'm
laiy."
IHII).
*
Here are some morn pretty good
ones:
"I should worry overtime,
If I'm not psld for this rhyme."
.IKROMK WHAKTON. !
The Ht Itarliara.
"I should worry like The Star and
shout,
Then have the grand Jury put me
out."
DAVID H». RAKIi,
17 YVe*t Mercer Ht. '
OLYMPIA RKV .1. M Haskell,
Who whs run down hy « N. I', train,
| Itidt easi of ilrntul Mound, Monday, 7
i succumbed h'rlduv I
'There's One Too Many Aboard!"
They Put Mayor Cotteriil Off
"There's "nc too many on
tlil» boat for safety. Who wait
the last to board?" Inquired the
purser, an the steamer For
tuna wax about to leave lit 2:30
Friday for the Modern Wood
men picnic nt Fortune park
With a wide grin. a red-head
pd urchin pointed him out
"Here's the Buy," hp *hrlll
pil "That'K hllji'
And "the nuy" not off Tim
lioat lout no time getting
away.
"Hay. do you kuoy who you
ordered off'" a fellow In tint-
SPEED DEMONS
RACE AT TAGOMA
TACOMA, July 5. —At 10 o'clock
thl* forenoon the first of the big
rnrp* In the Pes to program, the
Inter-city century, began under
weather and track condition* that
could not be Improved upon A
bright *un thl* morning made the
curve* harder than they have been
before and a Rteam roller helped
to put the track In the heat possi
ble condition.
Ten earn lined up for the mart.
Kull.v 2f>,000 peraon* were on liand
when the flr*t event wn* Mtnrted.
Parson*, In a Hint/,, won the Inter
city race. Time. I hour, .i;i min
ute*, 53 4-r> second*. Average time,
72 kx miles an hour. Cfttueron, Stutz,
•eco>> A
ONE CF.NT HUV IIH Ar
TOM ALLEN
form, 8 mrnibpr of the drill
canio rushing to the pur
ser. "Th»t wan Mayor OottariU.
lie's Just not to be over to the
picnic. lie's to make a speech
there."
"Sorry, old top." said the
purser, "hut rules Is "
The Kortuna did not return (o
plrk the mayor it|>. Itut a com
mltlep of Woodmen took him In
charge, hurried htm to the boat
house, near by, hlrod a speed
boat, and -
Tlh> mayor wa« at the picnic
grounds ton minute* ahead of
the Kortuna.
SALESMANWINS
MILLIONAIRESS
PORTLAND, .lul.v .5,— A modem
llttl#> paragraph In the records of
tHe county clerk has. (Unclosed the
marriage of Solomon, Neuberger, a
paint salesman traveling out of Chi
cago, and Mrs. Mollis Nerhcher?
owner of the Boston department
store In the Kama city. Mr*. Neu
berger Is reputed to bp worth In
excess of 1fi.000,000. Following Iho
marriage, Mr and Mrs Neuberger,
accompanied by six t hlcago
friend*, departed for Yellowstone
park on a honeymoon.
IH.I.RNHIIITRU- THHOt'HH the
effort* of their 19-yeaiold daugh
ter. Ilaael, Mr. and Mi* Chambers,
dlviirced, are to be remarried In
Tai'Otim Thursday ulght.
When I was a young man I was
impatient. I thought because a thing
was right it ought to be secured at
once. But I have found that only
those who are in error need to win
at once.— William Jennings Bryan.
HOME
EDITTON
GILSON GARDNER TELLS
HOW BIG BUSINESS PUTS
OVER DEALS AT CAPITAL
By Gilson Gardner
WASHINGTON. July 5.—A more important man than
Col. Mulha'l. a o exposed the gigantic lobby operations of
the National Association of Manufacturers, is James A. Em
ery nominally it attorney in Washington, but in fact director
of alj the National Ass "ion of M -lufacturers' operation*.
Mulhail was a field .tgent —Emery was. and is, the gen
eral in comirtard.
He ha* <»• r.rc In tit. In ion Trust building. near the Whit*
Moim.v He in.- I*r*';• .'• it III" 'he ra<>algn» and gives the
whti'h «r> «*♦=' M th» li .-»4* uU.
» i* 4 . ' ' r< n the Conduit roar!, Ju«t
otiti>ld" *'•** "' r-n li- .!!.;•• tor* Root and I»'iKe. ex-
R. pr. wntai n. ■ Towvs. of Michigan, with others
who *lt in the tii of til ii-v.
Emery never comes to the capitol himself—he sends fof
people!
THEY COME TO HIM! .
He knows congrers and ts membership—he tells ni»
agents how to work.
Listen to th« (..llowmc, from the private archives of the National
Association of Manufacturers. addrettsed *o one 'if his lieutenants:
•'Your congrettrran desires to help hit constituents and his
party In such a way that he will help hlm«»'f. He performs In
Washington: he llve» In his district. What he thinks his district
thinks Is a great factor In s' aplng hit conduct, just as what hia
district thlnkt he thinks is the great factor In securing his
tion. It is only natural that he thould riy moat attention to thosa
from whom he mott frequently heart. Rut a small percentage of
th« people who vote for him give Intimate care to his public action
or communicate with him concerning it, and If he heeds those wtio
heed him. It is because he hat every reasonable ground to assume
that those who endravor to Influence his action will take ar» equal
Interest in voting one way or another In his future election, and If
an unusual number of people address him upon a particular sub
ject, It Is very easy for him to believe that they represent a larfla
and Interested sentiment in his community."
Emery, therefore. advised that a stream of letters and "sentiment"
Ite directed upon congref.f»m'-n at the psychological moment'
The official- HI T PRIVATE —records of the National Association
of Manufacturer* to which your corr"i>i>ondent has secured access,
show that th«- following are among the hills opposed by this lobby:
Bill providing right of trial by jury or other judge for
contempt • f . ourt. measures prohibiting or regulating the em
ployment of children, bills limiting the hours of labor on gov
ernment work and bills proposing amendments to the Sher
man anti-trust act.
PURCHASE CENTRAL
PACIFIC IS DEMAND
ON UNITED STATES
BAN FRANCISCO, July 5.—A na
tional campaign for the acquisition
of the Central Pacific railroad by
the U. S. government was launched
by the Public Ownership league of
San Francisco today, when resolu
tions demanding that the road be
taken over by the government were
forwarded to President Wilson and
congress.
The consummation of the 'un-•
merger" of the I'nloti and Southern
Pacific, pro|«inents of the plan de
clare. givea the government an ex
cellent opportunity to take over the
Central Pacific, which was bulllt
through land grants and money of
the national government.
Government ownership of this
line, running from San Francisco
to Ogden, will give every 'rallrotMl
an opportunity to enter into eonj
petitlon with the Union Pacific and
Southern Pacific In the Pacific
coast paspenger and freight traffic.
' PENNANTS
Coupon No. 7
Any four coupons clipped from The Star,
consecutively numbered, when presented at The
Star office with 15 cents, will entitle you to a
65-cent pennant. A different pennant every
week. Pennants will be sent by mail if 5 cents
additional to cover postage is enclosed. Bring
or mail to The Seattle Star, 1307 Sevfenth Avenue,
near Union Street.
I "The whole state has been work
ing for the Southern Pac'flc, or,
rather, at first, for the Central Pa
cific, for the last 50 year*," said
Pr. sident Eastln
"We know that the Southern Pa
rifle has robbed the people since
the time the golden spike connect
ing the East and West was drives
In Sacramento. They have charg
ed all the traffic would hear as late
as the recent Instance when, hjr
raising rates, they took front the
lemon growers the duties which
congress had placed on lemons.
Thev have robbed the wheat and
grain producers particularly of tens
and hundreds of millions of dollars
REV DOROTHY I.EE, a woman
pastor, will occupy the pulpit at
the Memorial Friend* church at the
Sunday services in tM absence of
Rev. H E Pretlow, who Is visiting
In California *

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