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MAYOR TO SPEAK
IT T. R. SERVICE
A ■ It memurt.it aer\ ice pro
ItrniH Will t>e held In thr Klrat
Metliodi*.: K|>tarofwil church. Fifth
••e. ami Mnrten ■( , Sunday. Jatiu
«vry 11, at 7 p. tn.
An elaborate m union I t>r«sr«m ha*
lM*n trrmanl to nrkirii the (nmrnl
public Is Invited. Mayor Hie H;in>
»«n and Rfv i»r J K Omwther
Wtll (l«li««r mlilrtwi''
Chopin, Mcliumnnn. Uounoit anil
IfamitAl arv among the n>miKMwi -i
reymmiixl l>> mu<ir Antliem* t>v
th» Uwnt'i,- chorus. m>kw and «n or.
IM recttjtl of funeral mnrohes and
Mammon* by Ali» Monl«onier\
Church onronlat and muxlcnl
OiMctor constitute the musical
PMffmtn
Isveal No Clue in
Liberty Bond Theft
CMU'AUO. Jan It l'oatoffli* ik>
tSfltivea «iiil PlnkrrtuiM luivp ftvral'
*4 Bo clue Hi connection with the
tfcafe or loos of »a»o.(»o In Liberty
N«Ai b*kitMC>i v : to the Htudrbakrr
f»W«Uon »f tinuth Hend. In.l
f/£ —I want money. 1
SHE —I have no more to give you. I
HE-—Then give me your engagement I
ring or I'll tell. I
"THE I
DANGER
ZONE" |
#
ALL STAR CAST
POUK DAYS WWKIVELI
STARTING W FIRST RUN
SUNDAY I I IN SEATTLE
ANKOi Nnsr. the rntfrr or a hkkikh or rortuta cos-
CHKTS HT JACK ODAIJC ON" Oi'K HOKKJONKM Wl HI.JT/KK
ONE O'CLOCK SUNDAYS
SUNDAY'S PROGRAM
" V '.'."*.".'..'.'..".'.' Jaraba
linMU
Krawi "Lark A I i»nn■■■»-
Or> rturr. Kaj ■■■! Aatrw Tlumi
COLONIAL
FOURTH # AVE. BETWEEN PIKE AND PINE
I'NDKK THE MANAGEMENT OK JOHN DAN/
TOMORROW—ALL WEEK
nefeadln* fcer name aa a tlarraa defeada her rah a. (he
«r«tlr-ntttaml morlriy «lrl lark* l.nck to ihr prlmrtnl ■■
Inatlarta rr mri.
■ ELAINE K
■ HAMMERSTEIN IS
IK TIIK fIIHT-m * I'HTI III: ■■
■ "HER MAN" |!
Adapted fruin f'hmm. H. Iluek'a popular nnvrl. BH
. -The flattie ■ ™
■u» ML r;onn fok what bcl
m^ak t mdSSm vor B"
p|j|
leimfWBSHSSSSBSIIR
URGE BONUS TO
FORMER YANKS
PORTLAND J»«. 11 Hvery tn*n '
who in muattni out of I'tilted
MUti'p iwpvjrr will liCilvr «t*
month*' p«jr. « olothinf ellwwuner or
91# itml trnn»port«tlon MUvnPfn t«»
hi* hfntf tmvtt. If thr Oregon mon
reconstruction congress hit* ft* way.
Keoolutlon* to th*t effect will In*
■*nt to thr Oregon doloimtlon In wn
Kit***. tti*mt«rr* of Ihr
nn«l the (tovt*rnor* of nit Mate*
cm* of thr mailt Important matter*
Itrforv thr rrronatrmttoniet* ♦* th*
prepoeal to form a huf» corporation
In Or*iron for the liulldliv of ahl!**
It i« eotlmalnl thiw would provide
omplovni.n! for 11,00 ft <li*rh.trir*«l
eoMftaro
War Workers Will
Get Fare to Home*
WASUTWSTrW. Ja<i tl \\ »r
workers who flocked here when the
fnlted Stales entered Ihe w*.r wttl
Bet their transportation land home
when they at* diaim—asl
Announcement wan made at the
White House that 1 "resident Wllaon
ha* ilittied the bill *rwiitm« *u>h
cftr fare limm.
Letters to Cynthia Grey
Shall Marriage Law
Be Federal Statute?
liear Mlaa tlrey: oh. If your
word* were only true in the fulleat
itennf, when you tell the woman In
j laat night a I-U'er that "The law
«av» that a father must support his
I children and we pay Judges to aee
I hat he does '
The LAW doe* any that, and we
do |*i Judice*. but a* far as milt
Init a man do It. that In another
question I li«v* throe ehlldren aixl
i thr law aahl men father must pay
me $? a Week for each child until
tb*» lax MUM' 16 years of age
1 harr been »o lawjrwa, even went
tii the tiruoeoMtmr THeir flrat que*,
tlon waa "Where la thelt father*
Out of the state Yea Very aorry,
madam, but we ran t do anything
, Tar vuu The atate has no money
to bruit; htm ba« It If you can't
imaslblt take «n of your children
we wtll |Hit (bom In a horpe Ikept
MP by til.. State! fm you
And there timt a man In thin
atate or. In fart, any olhar. over HI
yanra old. but that know, a la true
When I remonstrated with the
prosoruttw. be Said "Horry, but such
la thr law. and are donl make than),
the people do "
Ho «nda> 1 am atru«rlln« to keep
nty rhlldren In artiool workln* tie
ytwid Bty atronifth. while the father
i ideai In tit autotmdrtle. but cannot
be touched hem use be la In another
atate law t think this la an un
usual caae either, for there ar» hun
dreda Just tHie mine
1 notice whore the mlnlatera are
try In* to bate the dlvori-o laws
chalured They arr at the
wronc end When thoy paaa na
tional lairs and when I hay paaaa a
law and enftoroe It. Itat every male
that brtnes a ihild into the world
muat aupport that child until It la
able to cars fur Itself, then and
then owly wi»l mm conattder tha rual
of their folly
«»N'K WHO KNOWS,
t un triad to print your Mter
bman 1 kmw that «»«ry won!
«rf It k» truth My proof
ut it la th* many hur*lr«tl« of
am nmllar to yuur» that I
lain o(wn»J Oral Itarxl Th»
calf < ura Jar tha artl la NOT
atrificwat atata taw* racarUini;
dlvww, or >m a national law.
HUT A IOCVKKK NATIoNAI.
MAKIMAUK. UW WITH A
rutw: oovicKiNti the
81 "PfOKT W CIIIIJWKN
Thaw. wbrn Mr Man aklpa frooi
ana atala to tiMlMr. ha will only
tnaka a bad nwUar wor» l»
mua ha wtll ten rammittnl >
Mml affanaa
I will km ptiaw< to |artnt other
rodrn' runtiwit on thta que*
UOS
Don't Rum Your Bruigr
I'ntH After You're Crosxrd
I »ar t|M 'iray I hara a brother
over aaaji and ona juai returned
hocoa. Could t atlll war tha two
ataru for my brother**
Oar taachar *i pacta ua to paaa
thu yaar too If I want Hi a lowac
grade I would not mind It. but I'm
In tha aerenth. and I think, with all
tha Interruption* thia term wa ran
not paaa Thara alao l« a aertaln
amount of work wa hara to do. and
I doubt If wa ran a*t It dona, be
ranaa wa arw )wt atartad
KIKTKn OK KIOHTINO TAKKR
l'ou may roatinoa to araar the
two aarvlra atara
I think yoa ara makln* a mia
CONFESSIONS OF A
WAR BRIDE
Copyright 1919 br ih» Newspaper Enterprise Association
* • \ MK-HXAJ.K FOK < " *
IKOM MP AM HI I qi KKN.
AMI < KKTK.I.S KLKKft
» *
I hail aaan Chry* In much the
aame mat# on othar occ*idon* »h»n
ah* «»i ictlliuc acquainted with
nam' n«'W "control." Sometime* her
friend* from aplrlt land remiln only
fur a few mownU. and It ta
Chry»" cuatom to tiiplott thetn while
they laat. t had **en her ihua ab
anrM aeveral tlrnea. but I had
never before aeeti l.er "piw—a«l" by
Kboatly Influanomi.
Cwtela. to«>, had taken note of
her condition Hla eyebrow* drew
together In a profeaaional frown
•urh aa I aaw Mm waar when
[Middy's parulyala wraa at It* worst.
l followed hla qulcft Klartce at
Elotae She van übaorbed. too, but
not an much In the myatery of the
thine. It "wn«l to rne. aa In tha
mechanical difficulties Involved In
apelllng out the Knullah word* Mar
Knicllah (peach la eicellent whan
aha la not axel tad.
"Thla control refuaea to make her
Idenllty known," Ohrya announced
suddenly. "Mm an ya that aha llve<t
many years In Franca, that aha
love* the French and desire* to
serve them But aha will not aay
why aha waa In Franca, nor when.
Hha Insist* that surh Itema are un
Important."
'Maybe she's peeved," I sugirost
rd "Mayba aha thlnka we ought to
know sill about her Illustrious self
Hpanlah queen* aro not ao common
In Franca, you know. Onca I dis
covered two of 'em when t was
Stomach Distress Stops Instantly!
Sure, quiok, pleasant reliof from Indigestion Pain,
Gas, Acidity, Heartburn or Dyspepsia.
The moment you
distress ends—-In
upset? Pape's Diapepsin WoKfreSV
t.ik* to worry about your reboot
work In »u«*h * i»wiin»r,
worry tmpnrfM lh« %%<«rkinii e«i
|m%« 11y uf th« brain Vour h
rrn will nut lay out mora work
than th* rU«n cah min r.mfully
iOmplrtn. M«hool» i»vwr)Wl»rrn,
I'rraim- of th* lnflu««t .Jk epl
<lrmlc\ nre •UmlnutinK tha Wmm
Import Ant work thl* y*ar and
r»»n« «'iilrutlrt|* on the rnarnt!m|h
Ihi Hie tN*Ht you ran, and you
ran do )u»t »« wall n« any on«
rlae, If you make up your mlrnl
to Mo»t rrrtilnly th«» wholo
claaa will nut fall.
t
It OllirO, Jiltril,
lltcome* I'oeticul
I>r«r Mli"< <ir»*> A utrl that I
wax to marry ehortly, wrota me y*a
In-day wiylng. "You will tie «ur
l>ri»«d to Krt thl« letter, 1 win mar
rlwl on the 7th day Of Dncombwr,
and I h«\e a loving hunhniut and a
good home I wUh you good luck,
etc "
I wrote her thene word*:
May I Sod to you make mattlfrot
All that l« good, all that In beat.
And guide yoiir atejia thl» New
Vear'a time
To pemcc itnil Joy and lovs divine
Miss tlrey, la It consldrretl rltfht
or wrong to anawer that kind of a
letter, as | wrote on an Impulse? I
read your column* n-aulurty and
would Uke tii know J. 11.
Your brief, poetical reply wna
quit* approprtalc and In keap.
Ins with rule* of Jinnt*
vvnllonallty.
Studi n( Ini/uirrtt
About X-fiays
lU-nr M•• ilrt-i Would >on kind
ly t»ll. thru your column*. oho In
venti-.i X rmi, »n«l *hv I hay itra
Okllr.l that* HCHOUt. CJIItU,
Thit X-ray* were dlamvrrtd
In IDS by I'tuf Wllhelm Kon
rad Kontgen. of the I'nlvoralty
oi W urahurg. <he nam** bring
given by him to signify that the
ultima!* nature of the radiation
»>■ unknown. "X" being a let
ter that la commonly need In
• Ifrlmur operation* to repre
aent an unknown quantity.
Shr Cullw Theatre
Huh- Graft
I tear Mim iire> IjLat Sat unlay
night we went to the . My
husband. myaelf antl Utile girl of (
yeara. and they ibarged full price
for her It la not • fecit I care about
(laying full price but all tha other
*hnw* have half ratea for children.
ao why ahnuld the dlacour
age the patronage of children * I
do not think It la at nil fair. I aay
half price for little children 1M« i*e
prtrtl thla and let let ua x» what
other* any about thla grafting
MICH. C L.
It la ngalnat the rulea of thla
manager of tha theatre you com
column to mention namea of
bu*tnee* firm* I called tha
plain of and he Inform* me that
It U an aatahllahad rula to
charge half admiaaion for chil
dren under S year* of age and
full idmlulon for all over that
age. A child of I year* occu
plea )u»t a* much aeat room aa
a grown peraon Honv theatrea
obeerve thla rula more atrlctly
than othera
helping Tnv father outline sortie hla-
Tory for I.l* claw*. I remrmtm
that an tanbella and a M iii* Chrte-
Una both hod to ahandon their"
land for It* own Rood laabella ll*
«"<! in Parts for almost one-third of
the laat century Oh. ilon't let ma
bore your* t added In haate, for Dr
Certela waa showing iiymptom* of
raatlraanaaa.
It waa tha first Urns I had ever
MM him 111 at ease I couldn't de
termine whether he wan e«|ifrislly
annoyed by tha distinguished ghost,
or whether he had merely derided
to abandon Chryii to her folly
"A pair of queens'*'* asked I uddy,
who was In a mood to guy us all.
"Any choice in 'em. Jane""'
"Maybe you wouldn't want to
meet either of 'em. Paddy. History
refer* to one of 'em aa a lady of
'thinly disguised Immoralities*," I
rattled on nudity, "and the other
waa moat unpopular In Madrid on
armunt of her peraonal vice* "
"Kvldently thta la no plar* for
me." Daddy eirclalmeil. and. aa he
turned on hla heel to leave ua, l*e
wave.l a floppy hand towartl Chrya.
murmurln* 'Hy by." aa If to a baby.
Hoon we henrrl hla (jrent organ
pealing out Chopin'* funeral march,
and during all the rest the se
ati'-e he kept fee<Ung that organ
with the moat mournful roll* In hi*
cabinet*.
Hut neither hi* departure nor hi*
rival entertainment disturbed Chrya.
"L.l«ten!" *he commanded, "The
eontrol Insists that *he ha* an Im
portant rneaaage which *he mu*t
deliver to 'C ' Now l*n't that *lm
ply wonderful?"
"Wonderful" I* a favorite word
with Chry*. a* It I* with most »uc
cenaful oulja hoard operators. I
|f |j H )lU lu IA ' m GUTERSON'S u9
RUSSIAN PI
orchestra h
Picture. 'Carmen"?. Bizet I
I Start* Today "Serenade" Pierne I
L 1 '■ w ■ V •« ,'H TI It ■ I Ik] (3 • % N
IMADGEKENNEDYI
I In "A PERFECT LADY" I
El A Burlesque Soubrctte, who it a "Perfect Lady"—admit* it—and proves it. H.
■ A speedy Comedy-Drama H
H Christie Comedy See
■ "ARE SECOND MARRIAGES HAPPY?" ~r he Truth About the Liberty Motor" B
■ Literary Digest in the ■
■ Scenic Ford Weekly H
SPOKANE ROAD
IS BANKRUPT
IPOKAHR. Jan. ll—The Spokane
Inland Empire railroad one of ftp©,
knne'* big street railway and Inter
urban traction romjuinHK, In In the
hand* of a receiver. on i»etitlon to
the fi-.lcral nourt by the Kim Tru»t
and Saving* b*nte. of Chicago. true
tiM-a for tli" bondholders, whoae
rial ma now outstanding aggreijate
KI.Mi.OOO
Tha action followed ~nany strong
rumor* which have bren current In
financial circle* f«r many days. It
waa stated lha companr defaulted in
the payment of its bond Interest No
vemher I. and ha* nine* refused to
pay
think she ran hypnotise hereelf with
that one word.
At thla renewed threat of a mm
hait« from the land of wraltha. Or
tels would have fled, but I called
out fH him-
"Come bark! Com* laiek! And
be polite to the lady!" Than 1
rltjleb«sl hla arm. "tio on. Mile
Oulja! I'll hold him while you wire
less your queen' CJlva her tha aiic
nal. quirk"' ,
iTo be continued )
Dilling Talks of
T. R. to Students
Geo W. Dilling, former mayor,
gave an Interesting aociunt of Col
Roosevelt and III* peculiarities to
the atudenta of Queen Anne high
school Friday. Col. Roosevelt hiv
ing been nn enthu*ln»tlo football
fan, Queen Anne* football champ*
aawmbled on the stage and each
exprneeed hi* regret* for Col I'uK>se
velt'* death.
Figure on 325,000
Men for U. S. Navy
WABHINOXON, Jan. 11. A navy
personnel of 326.000 men for tho
year beginning ne*t July will Im
rend Into tho next naval bill, house
naval committeemen declare. The
figures authorized hy tho committee
nro 25,000 below those set by Bec.
Panlels and considerably less than
those asked hy naval officers.
ItKPOItT UNHUiCI) TONNAOK
NP3W TOHK, Jan. 10 Unfilled
steel tonnage of the United States
Hteel corporation was 7.37#, 152 on
l>ocemher 31, It was nnnounced to
day. Thla la against R, 124,603 on No
vember 30 laat
"Hm the War Iteronstrutted Rr
Uglon?" Is the subject selected for
open dlscuaslon In the Y. M. C. A
men's Sunday club meeting, which
takes place Sunday afternoon at 3 p.
rn . on the occasion of the second
forum ami debate of the scries.
The Ijtrgest ~cc In the
Northwest lleiuln Star Want Ads
Jfl
FALLEN FOR FREEDOM
Total American Army Casualties to Date
K llted In hHUn (iarlndlvig 3M al »ra» ...... 2V537
OM mt w«hihU 11.MIT
IMhI of dlartiar I7^«?0
•# arrlilral mm 4 otfeer raSMi
Monmlf.l in n «(§••• 1^.11.1
la arflon (larluUiaa prlMNrr*) |P.nt3
Talal to dale 302.432
Washington State Casualties to Date
Killed la aell«a 3<yj
Uteri off noiimlt HI
llled off dl»ra«r 1 (>6
Died off n
\% uiimlrd In units I^LTi
Wlmlsi la aellna 241*2
Talal fa dale 1.812
Casualty lt«ts issued hy the t'ntted Htalu war department for Friday
1 nnd Saturday contain the namr* of five H«attl» men. Si-ml. Charles T
Richardson. n**t of kin Miss Mary Richard eon, 5441 Irving ft-, previously
reported missing in notion, now reported killed In action
Private Arthur N Shields, next of kin Mrs. Mary A Shields. 7??0
Meridian ave . previously reported missing in action, is now listed aitoong
I those killed in action. ,
K'rlvata Theo Hansford, next of kin S. Ilolllday. 162? Weller st., and
Private Jo| Hendenlste next of kin Mrs ImW llsxxen. 1122 Terrac# court,
previously reported missing in action, are both wounded, decree undeter
mined.
Private Robert R Tstr. next of kin Mrs. Tlessle Tnte. Western
ave. previously reported missing In action, has returned to duty
Washington state casualties. Including the above, are ns follows:
I>IKI> OK Will' Mm
Name— Address- Next of Kin.
Private Jsm*s K Woods Walla Walla George IT Woods
SECTION NO. 2
KIM.KR IN ACTIO*
Name— Address— Next of Kin.
Private Hurnett K. Hansen Sclah Robert K. Cameron
Kll.l.Kit I N ACTION—PHKVIOIBI.V RKPORTKII MIAMINti
Private James C. Regley Cli> Klum Mr*. Janet Itlnnle
Private Kdmond Mat.Jack Spokane. ... Mian Chrlatlnn Matejack
Private Arthur N. HhleUl* Seattle Mrs Mary A. Shields
niKii—ritKvmtni.v RKroRTKn mimhnu i\ action
l.lent. Clatr A. Kinney r.ndlcott Martin P. Kinney
WOt'NIIKII. IIKORRK INIIKTKRMINKII—I'RRVIOI'It.Y RKPOHTKI)
MIDIIIXU
Private J .I Hendenlste Seattle Mr». Pulce Harzen
Private Then Hansford Seattle ,s Holltday
Private Raymond O Hnhelhner . -Wllsud William F. Srlielbner
Private t'liarlea Turple Washougal James Turpi*
Itivrt ItM II TO 111 TV—l'RßVlnl'll.l RKPORTKII MIftSINM
Corp Walter !■: Somes . Wati-rvllle Alphus W Somen
Private Hubert 11. Tate Seattle Mrs Dottle Tale
SUCTION NO. 3
IIIRn OP WOFKIII
Nam'- - Addreas - Next of Kin.
Trivat Oeor*e C. McKenney Walla Walla Mrs. rVanrls MrKenney
MIMINCi IN ACTION
Corp I'et.r Jenaen Sauk Jamea Jensen
SECTION NO. I
KIM.KII IN AtTION
Name— Addreaa— Net of Kin.
Kerift Harry A Oronn Spckatie Ullat Urono
Private William U t.haney \sklni/i llenjamln chanev
Private Frank Moblua Hartford Mlsb Martha Mohlu'a
IYIICII OP IIISPAHK
Private Almiron Armstrong Yonkla Mr*. Jane Armstrone
KILI.RII IN ACTION—PIIKVIorKI.V WKPORTK.iI MISMNU
fl«r*t Charles T. Rlehardaon Seattle Miss Marv Richardson
Private Alfonso Uelnuens Montcsnno John J. Heitikens
WOIINDKII JHOVr.ltr.l.V— PRKVIOtISkY ItKPOItTt-'.H MISHIIVU
Private llersohel 1). Charleston Mrs. Mxxie Legg
wouniiicu—in:t.ui:»: UMUCTr.itmii\kii—phi:\ ioim.v nr.poitmi
NIMIKM
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