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H9ON'T FORGET COUNTY-CITY BULL GAME! DUGDALE'S PARK! 5 P. M. TODAY! BENEFIT MILITIA MESS FUND!
THE COLONEL! I t! IS ONK KINO OF COI.ONru THERE'S AN ('TIIBR HOWKVKR. IN EVERETT. AND • IK'S RI'NNINO FDR OOVKRNOR THEY'RE OIK KKRKNT. YKT AI.IKK RKAD ABOT'T HIM ON I'MIE I! TO DA Y, Children Held Up at Seattle R. R. Stations by Doctors Guarding Against Disease Germs IFnrsfi lPEa©fo|ra]p[k lite feniMiisi Siiiip©ir o Sii!(lbiiißisiri oiffl@0iffl@ ©©Mftsdfofafld ilia Anafl@ricaia Waiter® Folks, Meet Editor Batwell! • •• m m m * m m A Star reporter seeks out the man who talks to thousands of Seattle Electric patrons thru columns of the "Electrogram"; an excellent method of getting acquainted, she thinks. This is a story about the I'uget S«>und Traction, I*igfat & Power company. Perhaps it's not the sort of story that The Star ha« sometimes printed a boot that tympany. As a matter of fact, it's entirely different Hut we on The S»ar hope we are fug enough to try to see l»«>th side- of any proposition. The other day. on a street car, I picked an "Klectrogram" out of the little tin box marked "Take (>nc At the top of the neat folder appeared tHe announcement that it was a "bulletin of mutual service. I read it thru and I liked it. Every item in it seemed to have something detinue to -av. and to say that something very definitely. One department interested me particularly. It was a series of answers to individual readers It told each of them that his own particular complaint or suggestion had been investigated, thanked him sincerely for his personal interest, and assured him that the matter would be remedied, or if that were impossible, explained to him why it was It was all done in a friendly way that made it very readable, somehow Cornelia Class Thers were a few editorials, ex plaining problems that arise in the transportation of Seattle s public: (mm place to place, and telling ex actly why the company felt It wa* wi«e*t to ict as It had for th«" so lution of those problem". THEN there were letter* from peraons who wanted to aay something nice, and aome from peraons who wanted to aay something mean One of the letter* waa from a man who aad seen a gripman on the Yesler cable nave the life of n rhlld by a cool nerve and a glori ous bravery The company thanked him for caring enough to writ", and assured him that the d*ed viir, recorded to the gripman* credit Another waa from a man who Super-Zeppelin Fleet Will Carry Passengers Soon From Germany Across Atlantic BY CARL D. GROAT United Pre-:* Stiff Correspondent HALTIMOKK. Ml. July It Super/<p,j<*l;n*, caphide of carry Ing passengers, will probably soon be operating between Germany and the United States, Ci.pt. Koenlg of the German submarine Deutsch land Intimated today. "We ar." building such Zeppe lin*" he *aid, and they are large enough to bold 40 passengers "Will they come here?" he wa* •iked. "They might," he answered, with s knowing smile Manag'r Milken of the Deutsche Or.'-sn Kbederel echoed hi* ii • -timet t I knew about the Deutschland six month t.efon it arrived," chimed In Milken ilgnlMcantly. ' but I didn't tel' all about It. Hut you can say tli t the Zeppelins may come " ' Will they carry freight?" Koe nlg was anked ' No, just passenger*. We're making quite a few of these Zep p> lln* all tne time." Previously. Koenlg had suggest ed stronglj to Haiti more city offi cial* that the alrllno la in contem piaUou. BY CORNELIA GLASS said he had »een a conductor give Iho signal (or starting before hn should. and almost hurl n woman from the rir by hi* «urelessne** The con iuttjr ami«< hint to he kind enough lo wr.te again and give the «onductor's number. no that they might Investigate. • • • Yesterday i vent to the or fire* o" the Pofftt Hound Traction. I.lght h I'ower com any, hunted for Mr K A Hatwell. For he. I found. I* editor in-chief of be Klectrogram. Mr n*tw'll Ik not well, aay. petite but lie waa a* hard to find aa the proverbial needle I chatted affably with several private .orri tarie •. Invaded the *an<'tutu of \ L. Kcmpster. and finally found K«nny lleaton's "flat" "Quite in d«i. Isn't It *hip* un der the -a and pn**enger flyer* above the ad 'i d Milken at the clo*e ,f the Interview. The tub ea freighter Deutach land * dat.i for Germany drew nearer today. Her hoi'l* wer rapidly filled with nickel and rnbt.er and every thing wa* ar-ang' I whereby she could make a *wlft and iiafc get away. ('apt. Koenlg I* confident that Hooper or later he will give the al lied ships oft the Virginia rape* tbo laugh, rind be on ha way back with hi* million doliar cargo. U. 9 WILL NOT INTERFERE WASHINGTON. July M.— Following the report today of the neutrality board, which in vestigated the status of the submarine Deutschland, Acting Secretary of State Polk said he did not expect It would be necessary for his department to make a formal decision in the matter. Tnis means, It Is understo. d. that the Deutschland will be considered a merchantman and allowed to clear. The Seattle Star t THE ONLY PAPER IN SEATTLE THAT DARES TO PRINT THE NEWS : VOLUME 19. himself lie wa* sealed behind hl« big disk. lie smiled aa sweet ly when I went In U * door »■* tho he had not prei hxisly refused to nee m< two distinct lime* I want to lell you that I like your paper," 1 said Mr Mat*ell blu*hi<i. and grinned boyishly. \\ hy, thank you." he murmured I politely It's really not mv paper, tbo. All Ih ' copy come* from oth er people, vou se-. and I merely put It together. I put In an occs slonal Joke by myaelf," be admit led modestly. "What made von think of having a raper""" I naked him. "\V« II." I.e Mxplnl icii. "we have a ntory to tnll th» public In order that they ruf.y know and under •tand u*. and that w» miy be able to do the thing* thev want u* to a* far a* we can It'a really Juat aort of a .'tandahake, tbla little pa per a thing tlmt tncHtis that the company ind the people who ride on our car* *re friend*." It'a a nice idea that handshake The electric company shaken hand* with -5 000 people week by mean* of the ftloctroKratn CHASE FOR ECHO ON C W. Swap, expert on acoustic* from New York, i« In Seattle to try to capture the echo in the new city county building. lie hn« already ngreed to liar the hotheraome defect from two courtrooms r<nd th« council chain tier* for 12,'p00 and uuarantfe them agaln*t further a onstlc tronblas. Tim absorbent wall coverings ar" already partly Installed. If they work the way Swan nays they will. the walls of other room* will be treated. LAFE CALLS "THE BOYS" TOGETHER AGAIN; HE'S GOING TO HAVE DOUBLE GUARD ON THE DOORS Hamilton * fourth wctkly political machine meeting to g'«id vot th Into line for tile "hand-picked alate.' will b» held under cover In the Janitor* room, on the f I rut floor back. In the new County-City building. Friday, at 4 n. in. Driven to deaperatlon by The Star'* expose of hi* previous meeting*. Hamilton rjnletly sent notice around that the door would be guarded Inside and out. that only those friendly to gang politics oiay enter. SEATTLE. WASH. FRIDAY, JULY 14. Villa's on Rampage; Has Army El Paso Hear* Bandit Has De- mantled Surrender of Chihuahua TREVINO IS SUSPECTED E L PASO, T**.. July 14.— Villa ha* demanded the *ur render of Chihuahua City, ac cording to a well founded but unofficial reoort here today Gen, Osebel, Jr.. commander at Fort Bliss, stated that he rece'ved reliable Information of the defection of Gen Tre vino, commandant in Chihua hua City, from the Carranza government. Gen. Bell, In command of the troops here, had also heard re ports of Villa's demand for the surrender of the Chihuahua capital, but had not received tonf irmation. Villa Is <aid to have Informed Trevlno ths-t If the rttv wa* not turned ov« r :o thn Vllllsta* the* would advance against the raplt.il with their entire army. Villa threaten- d Trevlti© and all hi* officer* with death In r**e of rapture, according the rumor (!en Hell would not din u»* the possibility that Trevlno'* re|mrted defection meant the surrender of Chihuahua City to Villa today revoked hi* order* to detain rnllroad shipment* of Mtiiipll«-s thru Juarez to the Amerl ran expedition In Meiclro. A train of 31 cars of provision* w»* allowed to no to Colonta Dub lan. PRINCESS SUZANNE WAS TO MARRY THE COUNT OF VARNA But She Didn't Love Him, What could she do? SHE WANTED A MAN— AN ADVENTURER! (And Saxe-Oldenburg was full of them.) So she— But you must read "The Little Gray Shoe," in next week's Star. START MONDAY Thi» photo (how* the Car man awbmarlna, the Deutach land, the "rat merchant U boat aver operated and the firat aub mart na to croaa tha Atlantic without a convoy of other ahtpa. aa aha looked when ahe arrived in Baltimore Monday morning, attar a trip of 1300 mtlea. which tooh U da ye. The great length of th« U boat la ihown by comparison to the tugboat, the Timmon*, which towed the *übmer*lbl* up Chetapeake bay from th* Vir ginia cape*, and wa* standing alongside when the photograph was taken. The Deutschland is 300 feet long, has a displace ment of about 2,000 ton* and a speed of 14 knots an hour. T*» Oeutschland can go down 300 feet. and. according to her cap tain, stay down four days, If necessary. Two tall tsiescopic masts, which carry wireless attennae, are to he seen; also at the rear the flag of the n*w merchant company owning Ohio Man Selected for Bench Judge John H. Clarke, of Cleveland Will Succeed Hughes WAS DISTRICT JUDGE WASHINGTON, July 14.— The nomination of John H. Clarke, of Ohio, for associate Justice of the supreme court, to succeed Justice Charles E. Hughes, was sent to the senate this afternoon by President Wilson. When Judge Clnrke recently was • plMilnted district Judge by Presi dent Wilson, the senate approve 1 the nomination after ati Investlga tlon of the chargcH that he was n railroad attorney and friendly to the railroad Interest* The Investigation developed he had strongly advocated the of the two-cent fare act ill Ohio. Judge John lle*sin Clarke was born at l.lsbon, 0., September 18. IM. r t7, and Is a bachelor. lie wa* graduated from Western Reserve university, in;d wn* admit ted to the bar In IS7S. practicing law at Lisbon, Young*town and < 'levcland. Me has been a l ulled Slates judge for the Northwestern district of Ohio since 1914. In l!»o:l Judge Clarke wa* the democratic nomi nee for the I'lilted StatcM senate against the late. Mark Manna. Me was chairman of a committee in Ohio that favored short ballot re form and is vice president for Ohio Of the Antl Imperialist league He hold* membership In Cleve land and New York club*. The Slnt. however, will have a representative tit the meeting, and will give a full account of what takes place In Saturday's paper Those who attend Hamilton's meetings are Ills janitors, car penters. plumber*, painters, elevator men and others employed about the court house and In his road district, whom hn has openly Informed he will discharge unles* they go dowu tho line for bis niachluu ctuiUldalos. »>i>« •. ONE CENT Find Body of Victim of Shark Boy '* Mangled Remain* Taken From Creek Where He Died SEA TIGERS TRAPPED MATAWAN, N. J. July 14.— Terribly mangled, the body of Lester Stillwell, victim of the man-eating shark, was recov ered from the watera of Mata wan creek early today. Craat jagged wounds in the abdomen and breast showed whero th« shark's teeth had closed over the 12-year-old boy'a body. Harry Van ("It**, an engineer on the Jersey Central railroad, and William li. Clayton. Jr., who had been patrolling the bank of the creek, at 5 20 a. ni. today saw the body rise to the surface not more that 300 feet front where Stlllwell was attacked Wednesday. They pulled the body afhore and sum moned the county ph>sl< lan A complete autopsy will bo jier formed today Ii was the doctor's theory that the shark rauat have been about 12 or l.i feet In length. and the loca lion of lho terrible wounds shows, they believe. that the fish seized 11»*» boy across the middle of tba body, rather than striking at hla feet and legs. All other cases of attack by Kharks no far reported h«\> shown that tli* in.in eaters have struck for the legs of t-helr victims. \e*s of the re overy of lltllo I.ester fltlliwell's hod* arouiMl all residents of thin m-< tlon to re doubled efforts to capture the man cater. Searcher* after sharks In waters adjacent to this hamlet numbered hundreds today. There professionals and amateurs, fishermen and just cur lou* visitors, sportamon and scien tists tho latter aooklnK |<osltive l>roof of shark attacks, since sclonco doos not .vet recognise that a fish will attack a man The mouth of Matawan crook la now completely netted. Volunteers worked today to put In a plank screen to back tip tho nets and pro vent escape of the three sharks which have boon seen In the upper roaches of the creek Tile tide begin* to ro out nbout noon, and when It roaches Its lowest ebb the hunters think the crook will hit so shallow thnt sharks ran ho located and klllod. ♦ —♦ TOIIW* Tinr:* AT nkatti.K i iiiiii i..,. ■I 09 a m, 13 ft ) 11 I m 0t ft t. SJ n m.l« «ft 10 111 |1 m . H» ft I ♦— ♦ LAST EDITION YOI (AN NKVKR DKPKNI) ON OKOROK, THE WKATIIKR MAN JIST AS V\ K ARK OETTINO A 1.1. "IIKT" I I* OVER THK < ITYCOI NTY HABKBAI.L (iAMI IIK TR11..1 TO KIM. TIIK JOY OK I JFK HY BAY INO "TOSH. IIT AND H ATI 'HDA Y, HHOWKRS HI T THK MHOWKKB WON'T UK ON AT u V M.« WHEN THE (iAMK'H PLAYED. Tests Given All Youngsters Arriving by Train or Boat From Cities in East; Preparations Made by City Health Department to Is olate Cases of Infantile Paralysis. Thia picture show* Dr. C. R. Rorabaugh, of the infantile paralyeka •quad of the city health department, preparing to give the teat to a lit tle girl who had juat arrived In Seattle from Chicago. The mother, who la aeen In the upper right-hand corner of the picture, wears a worried expression aa the doctor and Miaa Lillian E. Jonea, a city nurse, detain her child. Her worry, however, ceased a moment later, when, the littlo girl being pronounced In good health, they were allowed to depart. The picture waa taken at the O. A W. station. The child ia aeen tightly claapmg her dolly. * * * * City health officers established a guard against possible inilux of infantile paraly-is cases into Seattle Friday, when Dr. C. R. Rorahattgh, assisted by two nurses began combing incoming trains and boats for chil dren affected by the dread plague. Fifteen small children and bu hies were examined l>y the physi cian on the first train to arrive at the O-W. station. It required the efforts of several persona to round up the mothers and their small ones for examina tion. How Tests Are Made Dr. Ror.ibaugli would corner a small child, anil after explaining to the mother the reason for her detention, would examine the star- Hod child I y Idling Its pulse and forehead to: fever signs and heart action. Providing tlie child was slightly feverish, the reflex test of th • knee would be given. In this tent the child is seated und the knee is tapped This tapping is used In develop ed cases >vhere the paralysis has gained a start. "I have Instructions," Or. Rora Councilman Bob Hesketh and Prosecutor Lundin Picked to Pitch City-County Game Today "Play ball!" Promptly at 5 o'clock Friday afternoon, at Duqdale park, Judge Rhea Whitehead will in nounce the batteries for the city-county game, the proceeds of whicn will go to the mess fund for the Washington guardsmen at Calexico. Saiil batteries, It is unofficially stated, will be thusly: City Mol) Heaketh. councilman and captaiu, pitcher; Councilman C. * * ha ugh said, "to take every child that shows the slightest sign of an ailment to the special room »rovld ed for us In the dei>ot for a mora complete examination. "This room Is fitted with eve-* necessary Instrument for ex&niln of the children. The children we tnrte examined thus far loda.v were especially healthy. It was not even necessary for me to take the ad dresses of Ihe newcomers. Children Are Startled "We are not paving much atten tion to children coming to Seattle from other cities in the state. The most stringent attention will be paid. tho. to those entering from the Fast." Four children from Chicago passed thru the test Friday. Two of these. Charles and Roy Denny, voting sons of Mrs. William Denny, passed thru the ordeal perfectly, with the exception that their ad vent into the city startled then somewhat. Kverv mother agreed to the ex amtnatlons without any trouble and appeared relieved when the physi cian allowed them to pass. Interested spectators. Including members of the train crew, gath ered around the medical corps while tliev worked. Uttle Elizabeth Pnlßltv. the 2 1 4- ye»r-old biby quarantined near Auburn with Infantile paralysis, was re|>ortcd fioitis: well Frl<tajr. Allen Dale, catcher County - Prosecutor Al l,u;idln, pitcher; Judge Kiug Dyheman. catcher. Will It he some «nnie? Verily, even so. The price of admission ts 25 rents. Resides seeing the city dads and county grandfather* doing one of the hardest day'* work in many moona. there'll be some brand new illustrations of rooting.