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VACATIONS HOW ABOUT MOTHER? O.DADS THERE'S SOME Information for you today on pagt 3. Read It. Malta your plant accordingly. Miss This! A Shower of Money From the Skies CITY PUTS ON ITS GAY DUDS FOR POTLATCH Tilikum Carnival Will Open Merrymaking Season at 4th and Lenora Tonight BIG TIME WEDNESDAY Celebration Proper Will Be Observed Last Four Days of the Week. "Aad. I *ay~-you'll have to— HI RRY' HI'RRT! HURRY'" The big Tlllkutn Potlatch carni val. opening tonight at Third a* and l.enora »t., will be rendered fa mom by the barkers at the en trance*. There will be all aorta of attraction*. supplfmeated by count leva light* and iota of mu**c —ani It will last the whole week. The Potlatch Itaelf will atart oo Wednesday, and for the rest of the the city will be In the handa of Um merrymakers. Already Seattle la tossed out la her Nat Oar boa tins la flatterta*. the downtown at reels are a daiallag ar ray of oototi, tot am pokaa are «i ery where, awl Pot hurt] Vaga are' aa thick aa the army worm* la 1»00. Tti't* will be no official king or que*;i. Says Tyee Kopa Konaway Oeorg«> Vraadenbunt: "Every Tlllkum will be a king and every woman a que>a during the entire period. We hare bad a blood leas revolution an<! over'-.irned a monarchy to ettabllaU the flrat republic In the history ».f carnivals." VANCOUVER MAN HELD ON CHARGE OF $9,000 THEFT wr " On * complaint Issued two year* Mo. Roy Hemphill. a member of Hemphill Bro«, Ltd., of Vancouv er, 3. C.. a prominent contracting firm, is under arreat today In Seat tle, charged with crand larceny to the amount of $9.O<M). The Abrahamson Rrick To., of Seattle, la the complainant. Deputy |>Kinil« brought Hemp hill ti Seattle from Portland, where he was arrested Former Mayor John Y. Miller and Attorney J. K. WIHIj of Cbehall* will defend him. IThit Itliiiik abort rt If Jvsro#zMivrQpmgw ! <jZ/Le " | I lost my u>-ual Sunday morning sleep yesterday. I left the window shade up when I retired the night before. The flies began buzzing early. As I lay half awake I heard a wagon rattle along the gilent street. It stopped at Brown's, just opposite my place. I looked out. It was a milk wagon. The driver trotted cut with an empty bottle, and the rig turned and rattled away again A half hour passed. Another wagon appeared. It stop ped at Smith's, two doors from Brown's. Then it went away again. It had barely disappeared when another one speared, and stopped at the house in between the two. This thing was growing interesting. Then came another. This driver made three deliveries in the block. By the time my family was up I had counted seven wagons that had driven into my block and out again. And most of them served only fine family. At least five minutes was consumed by each rig; 35 minutes in all And the day was still young I began thinking of B. F. Shields' statement last week that duplication of distribution causes the high price of milk. And I began thinking it might be true Shields is advocat ing a municipal dairy to handle all Seattle's milk, like mail is delivered Thee deliverymen spent all day Sunday duplicating each other's trips over the city, each cutting into the other's territory, traveling miles to deliver a few bottles of milk. One wagon should have supplied our block all our dis trict in less time than it took th<>-e seven to the one Mock. I '•ec it all now. f didn't before. (jet up early some morning and .see for yourself. SAY, PEOPLE! The Star hat tome Potlatch surprise parties for you. We'll tell you about just one of them today. You remember how, last Potlatch, The Star's Golden Girl rode in an automobile through the crowded downtown district, and THREW MONEY AWAY? Maybe you got some of it. Or maybe, if YOU didn't, you saw the others scramble for it. Well worth scrambling for, too, believe us. Well, this Potlatch The Star's Golden Girl will distribute the cash FROM AN AERO PLANE. We now will introduce you to our 1914 Golden Girl. Alys McKey-Bryant, step for* ward. YEP, FOLKS, ITS THE FAMOUS AVIATRICE. She has agreed to perform the stunt for The Star, and, Friday afternoon, be tween S and 6 o'clock, will fly up Second av. from the Smith building to the Washington hotel, SCATTERING ENVELOPES CONTAIN ING ORDERS ON THE STAR'S CASHIER FOR VARIOUS AMOUNTS OF MONEY, RANGING UP TO $5. A RAIN OF MONEY FROM THE SKIES! If she can't get rid of all the money on the first trip, she'd turn around and come k»rh over the same route, flying aa low as possible, and drop the rest of it. She thinlu she can manage to make every envelope land be tween the curbs. BE THERE! IT WILL MEAN MONEY IN YOUR POCKET. SECOND AV., FROM THE SMITH BUILDING TO THE HOTEL WASHINGTON, BETWEEN 5 AND 6 P. M. FRIDAY. PEEP HOLES TELL TALE OF JEALOUSY MINEOLA. Inland. July 13 —Despite the fact that the proaecti tlon via considerably disconcerted, shortly after the arreat of "\lra. Flor.-nce Carman, accuaed of re itponalblllty for the murder of Mra. l/oulse Hailey in I)r. Edward Car man's office, nearly two weeks ago, by (be apparent flattening of much of the evidence on which the arreat was made. DUtrict Attorney Sml'h said today he expecta to present a atroi.g caae to the grand Jury. Ooean't Believe Doctor Smith refuses to credit Dr. Car man'r statement that the shot The Seattle Star VOLUME 16. NO. 118 whl' .i killed Mrs. Hailey undoubt edly was intended for him. It Is his opinion that the aasassln meant to shoo: the woman who actually was kltlml added that In hla opinion only eoinn one In the Carman residence coull have known Mrs llalley ««v In tho doctor's office. Wlft Has Long Been Jealous The story of Jealousy that raus ed the wife of Dr Edwin Carman to Install a dictagraph In his office to spy npon hla conversation with women patient* dates back more thai 10 yeara. This Information has been fur nlshed by District Attorney Smith It had been supposed that Mrs. Carman's Jealousy « u d suspicions were of recent "rigln, and the sto ries related by the doctor and hla wife Indicated that they principally centered around the call of a train ed nurse to borrow money from the doctor. Ba* Nurse Klas Doctor Mrs. t'arman testified at the In quest that ahe saw ihe doctor hand momy to the nurse. that the nurse kissed him. that She then entered the Office, demanded and received the Money back, and that she slap ped the nurse's face. Then she had the dictagraph so cret'y Installed n few days later Now the district attorney is In formed that she made efforts to spy en the doctor and his women patients In the days before dicta- Krai ha and such modern device* ww known. Ten .-ears ago. the district nttor ney was told. Dr Carman discover ed holes bored Into the ceiling of his office to make It possible for a peraon In the room above to over hear conversations below. Tho holes could also serve as peeti holes J, h r h dl ! ,rl . rt * ,forn "' r *«■ fold thrtt the doctor and his wife had n quarrel following the discovery TWO MEN ESCAPE FROM STOCKADE !»»IklriK s volley of bullets fired by a Kuard. .loe 111 vera, ]», mwl Hob Htewnrt, 2fl, nerving u »en lenro 111 till county stockade for second denwwt burglary, escaped from n road work Kan* north of flallnrd and are Ktill at large. The two rolled a lok to the edge of a thicket and jumped over a 10- foot embankment Juat aa the watch fill eye of tiuard R N Oroh aided them. (Jroh flrixl with hia rifle but failed to stop tho fleeing wen. The Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News HAVE YOU GIVEN THIS GIRL ADVICE? What's your ndvlce to "I-one sotne Olrl," whose love dilemma, based upon real romance, has at tracted so much attention? Write to "Ixmesome Olrl," care of The Star, at once. Tomorrow the tn'st letter will be selected and awarded The Star's prise of |f>. Because "Lonesome Olrl" has al lowed herself to become acquaint ed with the rich young man whom she believe* Is hi»r Ideal, she must go through with the affair until It Is definitely settled on>- way or an other. declares one Star reader, who treats the case from a psycho logical standpoint. Another take* the very oppoalte view • The difference In financial mat tern between thorn," nays f>r. J. Wurater, 418 People's Hank build Ing, doe* not, by nature, affect the case, but, psychologically, It can be a barring factor to love. Her own feelings, a* his state of mind Impresses Itself ii|ion her, ap pear to be guide She known from that 'sure to be-right' source that he does not love her, but seeks her company for selfish motlvcn that will develop Inter If she sticks to him because of love for an 'Ideal' ■be find■ externally manifested In him. To become happy without FINE CONDUCTOR O. McKeniie, a conductor for the traction company, waa fined 110 in Judge Gordon's court today on a ijhargc of assaulting Pat Lynch, an old nan, after he had tried to pull Lyn'-h off his car and had threat ened to "soak" him SEATTLE. WASH., MONDAY. JULY 13. 13H. SHE'S QtNET MISS. BUT YOU OUGHT TU SEE HER WRITE KICKS IFF WORDS 01 » TYPEWRITER FASTER TRAM YOU MR FUR Here are their letters him. she must ret rid of his thoughts that now afflict her for having permitted the acquaintance ship to occur." Someone from Kastern Washing ton, who signs "A Friend," given the following wntentloua advice to "Ixinesome Girl": "Forget It. You will live Just as long " JACK SPRATT GIVES AWAY DOLLAR; HAS AN ADVENTURE By Jack Sprait Shurks! There was nothing to It. so to speak. Saturday afternoon, when I strolled out seeking some woman to present with one dollur as an evidence of mv Interest in the fact that she enrried a copy of The Star. "The first woman you see," are my Instructions I had Just passed Third av. and Union st., when down the walk came a bright young girl, with the prettiest sort of a green dreas, con atructed after the prevalent mode. By her aide was a dapper young chap, with rather a "dash It all" expression. The little girl carried The Star. I had to take the chance. It took a lot of nerve. 1 hail a picture of myself should that dapper chap swing on me with Ills cane. With half an eye on him. and one and one half centered on the at tractive young woman, I sailed In "I trust >ou will pardou me," I began one cent CHARGES HAVE WASHIHGTOH FOLK BUZZIHG! K' -t alnce printing *11 Inyented we have read atxmt the prattle of wnnitn'a tonisiiea. But tt I* entirely different with Mlldri d McKennle S!i» doea not talk any faater than the ordinary Rlrla you meet. In fart, »he la Inclined to be a little the opposite, modeat and alow of ape«eh \\"iat ahe larka In apeeoh, how ever, ahe ni'ikea up In another way. Mildred run write —and write SOME Bho can write more than 125 worai a minute, whlrh I* as fast. or fasNsr, than the ordinary man can talk. "Impossible," you will »ay. Not at nil She renlly does It. It's her lualnesa. Mlks MoKenr.le was born 21 years ugo In Vancouver. Mils McKenzle lives with her parents at 433 Hroadway North, and l» employed In Ihe offices of the White I'ass & Yukon R. R. Co. .She has mnde all her speed rec ords npon the Vnderwood machine, and says she has never had a les son In her life. "Picked It all up myself," she said "It Is quite simple to write fnst after you get the swing of the thing." The young man'* hand tightened on lila cane and the girl looked at me Inquiringly. No dismay. No hysterics, just polite Inquiry. Lift ed eyebrows. I got my second wind nnd ex plained my mission. "Why, isn't that Just too perfect ly lovely of him?" was what the girl said. "(treat stunt, by Jove!" admitted the young man. "One never knows, these days, what will hap pen In n five minutes' promenade." The young lady was Miss C. Smith, the Georgian hotel. 1 am no res|*»cter of persona. This afternoon 1 mn.v meet an old, crippled woman first with a copy of The Star. If I do she will get the dollar. Mrs. May Rltter, who sued neigh bor for alleged I heft of $500, found insane. House pastes aviation service bill. VAfASHINGTON, July 13. —Advices today from Admiral Badger at Vera Cruz indicated that the naval court of inquiry, which had been investi gating the case of Correspondent Fred L. Boalt of The Seattle Star, will adjourn this afternoon or tomorrow. Before doing so, however, it was expected to examine Ensign Richardson, from whom, among other naval officers, Boalt said he got his story of tha •hooting of unarmed and fleeing Mexicans by Ameri can landing parties during the occupation of Vera Cruz. Secretary of Navy Daniels has asked Badger to telegraph a summary of the court's findings to Wash ington. It is understood the suspended deportation order issued against Boalt will be held up until the full text of the testimony is received here. Chairman Padgett of the house committee on naval affairs said his committee, too, probably wiß delay action until it has this testimony before it, on Congressman Falconer's resolution, calling for all tha papers in the case, for information as to who wa§ responsible for the deportation order, and an '""ftt to the question whether reports of the evidence by the court of inquiry have been censored. Indications were that the committee report wouli favor the resolution's adoption. Government officials are reticent today concern* ing the case. HODGE FILES AS CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF "Bob" Hodge, who abolished the "feeding" grjft at the county Jail when he became sheriff In 190S, will run for the SRme oti.ee igiiti this fall. He filed his candidacy today on the progressive ticket. Hodge made an enviable record In the two terms he occupied the sheriff s office, and nominated as the progressive choice for gov ernor two years ago. After his de feat he took up the study of law at night while working at manual Jobs In the daytime, and after three l>erslatent attempts, passed the bar examination Kris Knudsen. under recall fire, und Mike Carrlgan, who failed of reelection after his one term in the office, have filed for county commissioner, the former in the north district, and the latter In the city district. Hoth filed as re publicans VOLCANOES ARE EXPLOITED BY LOCAL CONCERN The celebrated volcanoes. Pavlof. Shlshaldln and Katmal. along the Western Alaskan coast, will pre sent a special matinee performance as the liner Victoria returns by that route on a northern excursion from Seattle. If holies of the tour ist* are fulfilled. The Victoria VIII bo to Nome and St. Mlchaela, returning; by way of the fire monsters an a diversion to the passengers. GAINES OFFERS TO RECHECK NAMES Chief Registration Clerk Oalnes t today offered to recheck the rerall I petitions iiKainst Commissioners Hamilton and Knudsen, following the discovery of suspicious discrep- | an<'ies In the original check. A comparison of the Hamilton and Knudsen petitions Sunday re veultnl 800 additional names which were rejected on one petition but accepted on the other The as signed cause for rejecting the names, it was noted by the regis-! U'tUion officials, was (ailuiu of lbs' Last EDITION WEATHER FORECAST — We should worry about these cloudi— Weether men (aye fair tonight end Tueedey fetr and warmer. M'REYNOLDS MAY SUCCEED DEAD JUSTICE WASHINGTON, July 13.- Tber* Is much speculation today concern- Ins (hp probable successor to Unit ed .States Supreme Justice Horace Harmon l.urton, who died Sunday at Atlantic City of heart disease. Men high in administration cir cles were strorgly urging Attorney General Mcßeynolds today as suc cessor to the iMe Justice l.nrloa of the federal supreme court. His api>olntment was considered extremely likely. It was said Secretary of War Garrison probably would succeed Mcßeynolds as attorney general. It la stated that the president Is not considering ex-President Tsft for :he place. From the White House it was !n --limited that the appointment prob ibly would not be made before rail The late Jurist's body was dm to nrrive here from Atlantic City at 11:15 p. m. today. The funeral will be held at Clarksville, Tenn. Justice Lurton was 70 years old. He was appointed to the supreme ben -h by President Taft and took offt'e January IS, 1911. WANTS WAGES PAID IN CA&N The Minister*' federation la be hind the Painters' union in Ita ef forts to have employers pay wages In cn*h Instead of by check. A res olution has hern passed and for war led to the Manufacturer' asso clutlon. A. B. McCoy, Spanish-American war veteran, joins Qreek navy. signers to register. Yet the very same names passed muster on the other petition. "To say the least," says Ted Rgutenberg, member of the Com mercial club committee in charge of the recall campaign, "the check ers have been guilty of gross neg ligence." Just what action will be taken by the recallers has not been defW nltely determined. There may he some startling velopments within the week.