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BQQZLPIRATES BURY CHESTS OF RUM IN GULF ISLETS Propose on ''Friday 13 th If You Wish TUDKEtJCE, MOORE « "Not Unlucky If He's the Right Man" NEW TOUR. Feb. 11—"Friday the Thirteenth lim't an unlucky day for a proptml or a marriage, at all —tf—and It's a bl* If—h« la the rlrht man. and she In the rlirht pi rl If he Isn't the right man. then Friday (he Thirteenth la terribly unlucky, and If ahe lan't the right girl. It'* •till more unlucky." Such to the dictum of Mtoa Flo lUre Moore, who haa to decide "the Xernal question" In her star role of the new French farce, 'Breakfast in Bed - "The lucky day for a proposal I* the day—whatever Ita date—that you find the right man," ahe said. "I Wouldn't hesitate a minute to marry •n a Krlday or /in the Thirteenth, or on Krlday the Thirteenth, for that matter. If the right man came along. The day your happinr** commences can't poiHibly be unlucky!" Reverses Decision in I. W. W. Ruling HELENA, Mont., F«b. 13.—-Federal Judge o«rirge M. Bourquln ha* re- Ysrs**l the order of the secretary of Ilabor deporting John Jackson, sssist ant secretary of the ttutte I. W. W. organization. Judge Bourquln ruled th;if Um jimrintillma wbicb were conducted by the Immigration com missioner were Insufficient to war rant deportAtlon. Jackson wan charged with # dis tributing literature advocating over throw of the government by forte. Would Keep British Home Fires Burning LONDON, Feb 13.—A Dockers' Union leader recently railed on the mrnngport Workers' federation to re fute to handle more coal for abroad. "We have a right to **e that our ehlldren do not go to bed cold," he Mid NEW GOVERNMENT OF CANADA IS TOTTERING Parliament Faces Crisis as Farmers Band for Control BT OKORIiK l| \MIH JCTON OTTAWA. Canada.. Feb U.-Ca iMitan politic* tn In chmem. lu* turned scarcely mor» than two y«r> vo by a —Jnrlty without parallel In Canadian aanai*. the present Do minion |mram«ni la IMWinf. Tba mmttm of parliament which opens February 2* mar t«rmlnata It* carer with a crash. Parliament has •till k(allr thra« yarn to run. An adverse vote tn the bourn of com mons tnljrM, at any time, easily force Lha re.-djrnaOon of the irovernment. and wtth It tba dl»olutl..n of parlia- Mt, MRMKIU LROTNO BOTH OIJ> rAMIES The causes of this extraordinary situation arc lareely to ba found tn tha farmer*' revolt. Thruout the Oomtnlon tba farmer la entering pol itic*. In tba past be haa been found HEAR TEACHERS IN 50 CHURCHES This Is Program for Next Sunday Night Fifty sinister*, to laymen and SO teacher* of HeatUe will speak at SO meeting* nut Sunday evening In their campaign for better co-opera tion. At each of the meeting*, all 6# of which will be held In the churches of the city, the minister will talk on "The Church and the HchooP; the layman will dlicu** "The Com munity and the Behoof" and the teacher will speak on "The Kmer gentry In Education " Kach talk will be of It minute,!' duration. Pendleton Indian Influenza Victim PKNDIJCTON. Ore. Feb Char lea Van Pelt, aged 26, half breed Indian, who died hero Friday of Influenza, was one of the beat known Indiana of tha reservation. He was the son of Captain Van Pelt, who operated a boat on the Columbia river many year* ago, and of an In dian mother, who waa a member of the famous Wlshram tribe. The Wish rams are native to the region opposite Celtic and are mentioned In "The Hridge at the flods" and In the story of Lewis and Clark'* expe dition. High Heels Cause of Woman's Death PITTRBURO, Pa.. Feb. 18.- High heel shoes caused the death of Mrs. Grace Staffer when she waa caught between the elevator and the floor In the apartmenta where she lived. Hhe was hurrying, and In going into the car her heels caught and she fell forward, grasping the cable which started the elevator. Hhe was crush ed between the steel cage and the wall aa the elevator started to de scend. May Name Phillips Envoy to Holland WASHINGTON, tfeb. 13 William Phillips, assistant secretary of state, la the president's choice aa minister to The Netherlands, it was authori tatively stated today. Phillips' name waa sent to the stato department several days ago for sub mission to the Dutch government, it waa learn** The Seattle Star ••n altbar tba conservative or Übaral a* da. Ha haa glvan hi a aupport to the ana party or lha other, endear orlnj to lmpr«— hla views daixr aliy without much success) on na tional kiMadoa Ha haa particu larly strivse for tariff reduction* Hut financial and Induatrlal Interests have been too much for bin. Today tba Canadian farmer haa hla own party, with Ita own dlstlnc- Uva platform. Ha la captutinc coo fltltuendes from tba old Una poli tician* Hbould tha general elections rorna thla year. I hare U evary 11 ka li hood that ha win control tha nejtt house of common* FANfmur PLATPnitM TMKKK \ K\RN 01.0 It la only thraa year* alnra tha * 'anadlan Council of Agriculture— tha central organization of Canadian farmer* drafted at Winnipeg what la now known aa tba farmer*' plat form Rapidly tha movement spread Tha platform waa unani mously Indorsed at annual conven tions of tha t'nlted Farmers of On tario. tha Manitoba Oralit Onnranf asportation, tha Haskatchewan Oraln Grower*' association and tha I'nltad Farmer* of Alberta. Kntcrlnf the Ontario provincial arena recently, tha I'nlted Farmer* wiped out the old established con servative regime. A farmer, E. C Dntry. la prime minister of tha province. and presides over a cabinet of farmer* and laborrtien. The slow-moving habitant of French Canada Is ortrn.nl7.ln* for political action. From the maritime provinces only this week cornea word of the formation of a farmers' polit ical party, to link up with tha far mem of Ontario and tha Weet. PI.ATFORM MAKKA BPKCTFIC DKMANIM Tha farmer*' platform malm, tmonc other*, tha following definite demands: Immediate and sebstantleJ an round r*4uetloe of tha tarffC. ft*4u*f!oa ef the a net nme ftrrtr aa roads Imported from nratt Brftshl tn one half the rats* charvad aadar tha re«t«e*J tariff. and further grad ual. uniform rariurllona tn tha re milnlnf tariff en nrttlah Import* aa Xto ssr-ure eempieta free t rate a*- sea Oreal llruala and CVnada la fire year* A<-rep<anna by the pwDtmaat at fuiailA of the raetprorltr aaraanaaat of 111 l with tha t>Ut"xl lit* Is* All fontlatuffa not Itic.Jtided ta tha reciprocity aarreatnacit ta ba plaaad ua the free Hat. Agricultural Implement* farm ma chinery, rehlclea, fertiliser* real, lumber, aamanl. Illuminating fuel and I'itirlimtlnr nils be placed oa the free list, and ell raw materials and machinery used In their manufac ture also ta be placed on tha free list All tariff ronneaalona granted ta ether countries lu let linmed tat sir extended to urau Britain. I.MIOIt I'ARTY POIJiOWH liKITI.su PRKCKDKNTH Contemporaneously with the spread of the farmer movement, th«*r.n ha* been growth In the labor party. Following IlrltlHh rather than Amer ican precedent*, Canadian organized labor derided some few yearn ago to form a political party. se cured no dint!net representation In the house of commons, altho there were a few labor members scattered In the provincial legislature*. The success of the farmers In On tario, however, saw an equivalent success of the labor party In the same province Prior to the provin cial elections In October last, there was only one labor member in the Ontario legislature. There are now 11 labor members and trvwr 40 farmers. Temporarily they have united to form a govern ment Hut It Is doubtful If that unity can be maintained. i SKATTLK, WASH., FRIDAY, KKHKVARY 13, 19120. 1920 Sea Rovers Ply Air and Water to Dodge U. S. Prohibition Agents HV IJCK J. KM IT/. TAMI'A. ru.. Keb. 7 —<Bjr Mall) Once more they ara burying trau ura In the tawny aanda of tha palfn • rowned kaya Onca more, by tlia «ofl light of tropical atara, richly laden cheat* are hidden and due up again. Men are linking hurricane and cannon ahot for the aaka of booty. If* To, ho. ha. and a bottle of rum" literally, tbla time. And not only are the iniccenaora of tha ancient »ea rover* sneaking In and out of obacure lajrnona In raklah -ohnoner*. but lliey are plying (he 10.00 fui, be- cause I bought I ahey-BrockmanW I That's what pleases many a ■ I man—and his wife, too. Fur- I thennore, a suit that fits, always I JwV=^r" '°°^ s we 'l< »nd last, but not I ' outwean any suit that H H y°u?* ever had. is the land H f JS\ (~rQtf\y /M a su ' t that's bound to make you more than pleased. \A And out policy of Low Upstairs Rent, I Cash Selling, il^^H VI Economy in Large Buy inf Power and Low v Percentage of Profit 1 '* possible always to Btttcr Clothes at $lO.OO / V SECON^^VENUE FFAKI H^y 7 = A M LI oFSa RS CLOTMItRS ' TAKC THE ELEVATOR »~» sA\£"7 OB* 1 J upper air level* In puraulnc the ntw adventure of booan umiiKfllntf. KK.MOIIKI.Kf> IMIMJIF.RN KLYINO TO HIMINI Ketnudeled liomblng plant* acoot between the Florida coaat and Ilia tiny lata of lllmlnl, • llrltlah po»- neanlon. carrying half-ton cargoen of the predoua fluid* for which (hlrxty tourlata pay practically their weight In itlver. Mori»ln prohlhttlonliita htn organ- Ivd (or a ranawal of U>« bait In axaln*' )«««•, tlila lima to eh«ek, If thay ran. tha IIIIHt Importation of drlnkahlo* from Cub* and th» Bar- mudu In the report pantara of thl* atate the moot prerloua of Import ad bran- Ulrn, whim and llquora ara to ba bad. Moonahlne la for Utoaa who cannot afford tha coatller l>ever**e». but for «t>riiilrr< with full pockalbook*. Im prenxlva win* data ara available In many cafra Kroro rockiaila to claret, tha liquid accompaniment* of a aea food rllrr-r. cooked and nerved with Kpanlxh flourtah, may ba obtained. Tha rum runnara, oprratlnc with alrplanra. gaaollna crulaara and aall ln» rraft. ar* of all br»ada that fol low t)i» »«%. Many of th»m ar- I*tln Pages 13 to. 24 —perhaps the direct descendants of soma of the old Bpant»h adventurer* who took with cutlass and plntol a lavish llvine from the Hpaln main. IM KKAMKK AtiKNTS OI'KRATK IN FIiOIUDA Itevenue cutters are on the Job, and It I* rumored that an ertra detail of 100 epedal agents of l*rohlbltton Commissioner Kramer has been as signed to operate In Florida, and In the chief porta from which the smug glers "all with their contraband, liut It la admitted that til* taak of en forcement will be exceedingly diffi cult The coast of Florida haa thoiaaad* of hiding places for small craft. There are myriad* of remote uninhabited and Inaccessible to T*a aels of any draft. Th* stage la set for the sagacious spongers, fisher men and coasting sailors who are willing to turn a dishonest dollar. Within 100 miles of the Klorlda coast are several places where alco holic beverages may be purchased la any quantity at prices which afford a splendid profit when retailed at bootleg figures.