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Altho Seattle Real Es tate has been advancing in price each year, on Classified Pajre today are listed for sale properties at much less than they •old for 8 years ajro. An auto truck is an asset to one's business. Investigate some of the offers on Classified Page Today. Carl W. Lothrop Joins Pacific Co. Carl W. Wothrop. tsur "trrrotyper tar feven yeara. la now aecretary of Um Pacific t Klaytrot)pe company, Aronaon building. seattle to developing into a met ropolitan center for all klnda of «t(Ctrotyplng. stereotyping and nut rta-maklng.'' any a Ixdhrop. I HUMANITY—PAUSE A MOMENT! I While the mad I slaves of Pleasure I likely to ensue, the I managers I I a* M Hi; Mjk ■ f WITH W;fl THE if i f - I MrW - p DANCE" T f 1 has just died? A minute later I the orchestra is playing wild- I est, frenzied jazz, the revel be- , m gins anew, and— I This picture now here, "On With the Dance," is one the world will not ■ forget. A vivid, lavish drama of human souls that drink of too much ■ "life" on New York's "Great White Way." Every scene a sensation. ] SYMPHONY 1 nDPUrCTDI Malotte on the Wurlitzer ■ WKUHESTRW "I/Afleirtaiioa Suite BIwH m 31 artist* under Reginald Dunn, " lr, * h KanUay." briovrd nu-iodtoa from the I playing Weber's "Invitation To the ,A " d °' Erln i Dance." CONCERT—I:3O SUNDAY SAY CLUES LEAD TO MONTESANO Deputies, on Murder Cases, Sent There Cluea In the IVi.««»'bh h and Itaffnall murder cnae* were twin* traced In M(»ntt*aano Saturday by DepuUee Stewart Campbell and N L Sheriff John String*? aald. Trace of a blue Chalniem bug nlmllar to the one uerd to lure Walter A. Ita*uall Into the wooita near Kent. March I, where he waa murOrrwl, wna pl< ked up by the depuOea, according to tlie aherlff. Campbell and !x>veall are working on the theory that the yeKgnten w, »° robbed the p(w(i)ffi( , e at llalnier \Vedne*<lay are the aame aa mur dered Joaeph T. Pwarhlch, Cumber land poatmaater. 1-vpruary 2€. when he reaurtrd their attempted robbery. Stringer aatd. The ChbiMMi Ked <>oaa haa 11.000 mem barm. Soldier It Named Mayor Secretary Appointment of lieut H. A owen Jr.. seattle 1 iwver and e*-aervlce men. an acv re tar y to Mayor elert Hugh M caldwell w.»a announced Hut unlay Owtn, 33. oame to Seattle In 11to ll* court clerk in De partment 3. aui>erlor court. Owen waa attached to the IM In fan try, aa ftrat lieutenant, during the war. He la a member of the 11010 flub an«! la finance offtoer and a member of th* »««*eutlve rommlttea of the Klmer J. Noble poet, American Laffton. 15,000 Cigarets and Pennies Gone Thlevea rtmond a gtuaa panel In the door arparatJlig «*»• lobby of the lm|-ria) hotel from the Spring rlgar hi ore, 1404 Fourth avo . and robbed l|], cix ir MUbllihmfnt of IB not) t*lg areia unit n"«nl dollar*' worth of pennlra Friday night. The Inhabits ill* of llie lUlkana, for lark of other garmenta, frequently *ear lted Croa« pnjamaa aa Hunday go livmeetlng rlothea »TTIK SEATTLE STAR BATUROAY. MARCH in, 1020 TONIGHT J ©too Lincoln M«h school auditorium Martha' famous opera by Kl<»t«-w u ill be preeent«d by tha atuiftnta, under direction or I'lr ne«t Worth NiOO Frank Waterhnuae A Cn. pin* «t and Hellei ua *v • i• • »n titration of rrhuildinu auto nio t«»r. SUNDAY lliOO Flrat Methodlat church l-Haborate mualcal pronrsm by Tern pi a ch«ilr and aervbaa by Itev J fl Crowtht r llioo Trinity i:pi«copal church— Jtav. w. 11 It II a a on "Tha «'hria -11 an IVrallng Mi>*l<>n li!H> llippodrome 4tni*nt rtrri«r of lllbt*r niaita hold tit. I'atrica a celebration MONDAY Miioo %uto building. Fourth ave and Columbia Meattlu'a 19*0 Auto Hhow ope ua f«»r *aek >•»«« Mriropoiiitti th<atr*- Itev. Sidney Mixgsn conduct© rslig* luua ©ervlcea. ' BIRTHS I fuji V. Sim Hlatb ave ft . boy nishiyama K, 819 W©ller at. girl. • yahagi It . Vll |>«arh«>in »t . boy. ! passow K. t). K 70th.. b««y. I Morton. W y , Uo3 I: 77tb. girl j scott J.. 19J9 flttver«lMlt «v«> . girl . karlstrom n 7<0% Wo*«dlawn. b» y. i allemandi t' H . Keattle. airl. waltman A 1.. 1717 iirlmont. girl. o'connor M . 12ZS Ja<'k#oii at., atirl croman J M , 3944 W Otlo 110. |prl. kelsey, J |l .3d 1& Miatb N K . toy ford. II 1* 3132 35th H . \x»y riedel, A. 4914 l.« 110 at. bo*. gleason, J T. 14lb Walaate, boy. schanan. IV. *213 40th H W. boy lindman. K 11. 4711 W Willow, boy hughes. V VC.. 7910 California. bo> prischetto, K, tOIU lng"iau| pi . buy. Johnson. II H. (Run I'hlnnfy. t>«.y Jones. 1> K, 3937 lltlt N K girl. inyalla. A M. 392: IMb N K , b .y. danilson «} . 41-0 luth N K. girl vaudyne J K. 3702 Hunnyaidf. girl judson. H 11. 1131 33d N.. firl brown. It. i , Mw*<di«b hoapitai. girl, buerstatte. I*. W , 1404 4«th H. t>uy. MARRIAGE LICENSES Name and !t©aidem-e—• Age watson. John K. !!rrmert.*i ... 34 McCrait. Marl*. Seattle 24 Mikami. Kagoni. Ibrattle,,. 39 utaurogi, Kukuno. H«<atlla 24 eytel W. W. Mc-attlr I.egal Vaughn. «*i»ra. battle l-«*«al vroman llarry M. Seattle kirkpatrick Mary S«aitlo. Uital Sullivan. Pat J.. Heattl© l^-gal ecker Netti M. Heat tie........ Legal coleman Kee. Seattle. 34 oneal Urate. Seattle. i» Sullivan. Frank W. Seattle 24 polhamus. Mauda K. Seattle ... 19 Taylor. S 11. j©r©ey Oty. N J .39 roberts. Helen J . Shellay. Idaho. 39 DIVORCES GRANTED doo Hock. 47. 410 Klghth S liever* A. 79. 2&1 I 17th H bruer «* K. 49. 4717 Talfstine a*«. Jackson, Vuvon C». |. 4929 4«th h house Kennelh W . 3. It. K l> N" 7 walsh Krancva I*. 11 days. 2033 l>earb*>rn parker. Annie Y. 4332 place stanchfeld. l<ou. 49. 3923 ftuffc* Smith. l«or*na >1 41. ll"te| Stork *d' Kenneth. Gladys 21. 4710 17th N K beealey Margar«t K. 3 months. 1734 K lith behrens. Lucille, ft moatha. 932 Mar- I het M Pedestrians AAA Hit by Autos /</ Thin Year L%3L Elhrworth fttnrey, MO t»orf»l drU• reported to tha poilca thai hu automobile akldded un llainlxr ava. > rutiy morning and atru<*k i'hooba M*lthewa. kr»«-klng hrr down, but Injuring hrr only allghtly Pedestrians AAA Hit by Autos / \ \ This Year LOO K K UH Summit itr, auatnlned a brul hip and lacerated l»g »hf» h» waa knocked down by an automobile drtv«m by Willi* Nl< ley, 4523 IMb •v« N. K. at Mlotuo ova. and I>nryr way Friday Pedestrians AAA Hit by Autos / Kit This Year tttTl I-* Roy 14. 24t7 Norman St.. ks suffering cut® and brtjlam In tha city hoapltal Saturday as th* n*«ult of b«'inir «truck by an automt>bll«« drlvrn by W. MrCtuii land. Carolina Court fiixirtm#»rit*. at Kaatlak* ave. and Meroer m. Friday. MH'ausland told the po> lire th«* lad darted In front of th* machine In an attempt to croaa tha wtrr^f Pedestrians AAP Hit by Autos / \K This Year HWV Dr. J 523 11th av*. N.. reported to tha police Haturday that hla automobile struck Turnhull. 21. 1740 Boren ave . at Ninth iv«, and. Olive st. bruising bar hip iillght ly, Friday evening. Pedestrians AA/ Hit by Autos / \|l This Year ft JV C R. Cook, 6312 Keyatone plare, reported Saturday a* having knocked down an unidentified amnll girl on \Veat lake ave., be tween I'lne rt. and Olive at., Fri day evening The girl wua unin jured, he rei >rted Total in January 138 Total in February.... 67 Reduction 71 The police did NOTHING The council did NOTHING The Star Rave PUBLICITY To make Seattle streets SAFE, The Star recommend* a special traffic division in the police department. Wat He Entitled to a New SuiV? Ht huabftnd'a army allotment wn* held up until he wax dlachsrßed, and he then umxt It to buy a new suit, Katherlnr Hufflne, churned In di vorce hult filed In miperlor court Haturday. .lee* D. Hufflne In do fendmit They lived at 4038 Hlxth *vo. N. K. •"•» < ol<U. Urlp or Induenrn And a« a preventive, take I.A\A TIVK llltOMO QUININK Tablet.. U»ok for B. W. OHOVK B •l*a«turi> on U»u bwfe ttW. Says Jenkins Now Would Join Mexico MKXI(X) CITY. Mfirch IJI Tie newapaper "Kicildlw" (odiiy «nld ilmt W. *' Jetiklna, Ameri* *n ton aular agent at Pueblo, now at llt»«*rf «* <»n ittsll fur alleged plotting with bandit a, who kidnaped liltn <«vi«l from whom ha wnn ifrtMl to ranuinc* bin American cttlsenahlp under th»* provialona «»f Artlclo of the Mml in eonatltutlon. If ho la Htt.inl d I'trUh) rom-e*alona for which he hua petitioned Ufa govern ment. Th* tmwipAptr ©eye Jenkfnp haa ftlml application with thr> ml file try of agi Iciillur«* ami iffVflopmcrit apply ing for permlaalon to ma» the water i*ow«r of th© TtM|ul««!ij&Jt! river, at ate <>f Tla&nala. (o generate electrical j«w«r, Two /-#.:cricans Are Sla'-» by Bedouins WASHINGTON. Match II Two Americana bt -longing to a Jewlah liattallon wru killed In a Hedouln attack on the Jewlah colony of Matula In Northern Gallllee. I*a lea tln©, on Marrh I, th« etate depart mant waa tt«lvl*«d today Their names are reported to l>e Tlkrr and Sharf. In all four men and'three women W«r© killed In the attack while five peratwta were wouiidisl. Wife Disappears, Leaves Him Note Albert K Anderson, 12«n K I'lka atnivht pollOe aid Saturday to |o mte hla wife. Clara M. nderson wtio dl©apt>eaied Friday. She left a not© eaylng aha txuild no longer live with him. and that aha "waa aolng to leave her child with Mra. Homer. Ik#* 693. edmonds Wash.** Hit by Street Car, Asks for Damage Mary K Chappell, €l4 Summit ave N . hit by a atrtet tar «t Itrteidway «nd I' kn . 1 )etimber 4. I9lt. filed ault for 110.000 agalnat' the city Sat urday. 0 Here now—until Tuesday night only—the latest play by the world's fore most screen producer. It deals daringly with what comes after death, with his tried and tested players, in the most startling roles they have ever had. Robert Harron Ralph Graves Kate Bruce George Fawcett In "The Greatest Question," Griffith-presents the biggest problem of life, set into a drama of the hopes and fears, griefs and joys of plain, everyday folks. Nellie Jones, symbol of girlhood; the Hiltons, in whom are mirrored the average fam ily of today, asking little beyond the right to live in comfort and quiet, facing the future with hope that Death is only a pause between two eternities —these are the characters with whom Griffith has worked. Strand Orchestra Under S. K. Wineland, playing "Katinka," by Friml. "You're a Million Miles From Nowhere," sung by H. Kirchbaum. HOOVER FIRST, WOOD SECOND Hiram Johnson Close Third in Star Ballot Hoover leada In The Rtar preal den tin I ballot, whir h enda today, ami Gen, Wood la second. Gtn. Woud'a la meat atrength wi* developed Thuitday, when an aval amhe of vote* put him ahead of lliram Johneon, who had been holding eeoond place until then. Senator Polndosttr kept his place In fourth poeltloi) alinoat from tha firat day of th© balloting. William J Bryan waa fifth Prealdrnt Wll ©on waa alith. and Oov. Kdwarda c>f New Jt-r*ry. leading exponent of u "Wit M Ameilra. took aeventh place Th© votca follow: Moovar, 2.073. Wood, 1.137. Johnaon, 1.141; PMn d©*ter, 420; ttryan 402; Wllaoii, 213. Kdwarda. 201, M< Adoo 10ft. Borah. 113; Lotrdtn, 71; liughea, «S9; flitch* <•«, k. fl} W» lsh. ill I'-i l.ioK, M; Taft. 49; Delia, IS; Gerard 22; Olt llana>o, 22; Maker. 71; Palmer, >, Hen Norrla, 9, Oompera, 6. Hard in*. 1 Insurance Man Is Held in Jail Here Harry Melosh former spokane In aurance man. waa arreatet! Krlday at Ilia in© aa h© atepped n< ross th© Hu© from t*ai<«ula Into th© bamla of Itputy United State* Mnrahal E It. iWy, who held a wairant thurglng him with violation of th© Mann act 11© la In th© county )all hera. Coast Dry Chief Is Due in Seattle William A. Kelly, ©ui*rvlalng fed t-ral prohibition agent for the I'aHflc MNUrt, la ©united to arrive In Rml tie Saturday afternoon, where he will cunfer with Stal© Federal Prohibi tion Agent I>onald A- McDonald NEW REGIME IN OFFICE MONDAY Little Ceremony When City Shifts Gears At I? oVlorlt noon Monday tlir cfly administration of »• tl#» villi rliunff banda. Mayor elert llojcli M. Ciil»l*'ll Hill plaea 111- hnl on the ma>«»r*a deal*. ilultr bund* with III* pr»*» (It < i «Hor. ('. II %' lt*g«Tftld, «>id HxMimc lli«* rrln* of offlee. Th»r#« will h+ little earwraony. At II oVlock Monday morning th« old council will m"«-t and tranairt the f**w rag fndi of municipal bual n«M tint remain At 2 o'clock the n»w council will Council man W. Ii Un«, preaUlcnt of the oriunrll, for ret* lectkm March 2d. will ati»p down from hl« mm on the rostrum. Ilia RuocAitNor, ad#*cted at th« eoun cllmanlc caucua Haturdiiy afternoon, will mount to ths preaWP-ntial chair Fear Jail Break; Man Had a Razor A general shakedown at the »oun ty jail Baturday resulted In jailers find In* auapl< loos looking Instru ments in |>o«*M*slon of prisoners. Bherlff Htrlnger ordered Arthur Wood a, charged with being a habit u al criminal, cloudy watched, a/ter Jailers found a Tutor in Woods' poaaeaaion. Boy on Bicycle Struck by Auto Ernest olson arhool l»oy, wa* knocked from hill bicycle and drug k<*'l 20 t+ft by an lutomoblle drlwn by C. K. Crm«, 6SO& 11th av*. N. K., at 4J»th and Bunn>*M«. Friday night, •uatalnlng a alight a<nlp wound. Wire Briefs —* ATLANTA. fJ:« Htf«*«t rar work #»ra anwpt 11 j*»r r+nt wage In«reaa< and end thr«<* diy ttrlkc MHOUCO CITY Forty two of 111 miner a rauiht In shaft of Kl liorda mine, at J'a* I»UfA, still una' < ount« for. KAI.rNAH. Cal.—Clarenns CurtJa llauldabu/jf. killed wh«ri wlf*. drlv Ing ear. turned to look »t bumbk kl on husband's kw#, and rao uuto over grade. 1M!I!«A lilClJ'lllA.—-Cross profit of f>o p« rent on sho*s agr*"" to by Krank it M»Oain. fair prU* cfimmliMlonrr, and cornfriltt» , « wntlnr Pennsylvania Hhoe K*'taJiers' amooUi tlon. CHICAGO —Mtata college. at PuH man, Wath., buy* collwtlon of 4f#.oo< inw*'ts from heir of Oliver 8. West cott, of Chicago. f*tr ff»00 NKW Hundreds <* ■lrk and crippled imporune Joht 7l, said to have affected ourea by laying on of hands. WAHHIN'JTON. —Thirty thousand dollars to lie spent for bringing t* t*nlt*d Blab* 60.000 Am«rban dead In Franc* and '-arlntf for 25,000 to v main permanently oversea*. say a H*< rstary linker. OKKKNBVILLE. Ml s«.—Firs na icro« i« killed and many injured In bir- DH'tu n#or I'•'fry. (rTTAWA. Hill glvlnr women th« right to vote introduced in Canndiaf parliament. HALIFAX N. B Portuinieat stearwr Luctador re|»orted lost. BI*OK A N K.—Weyerhaeuser Hal*i Co. annoum-ra 20 to 80 per cent ra ductlon In prlro of laths Say* Wife Hits Him With Garden Hom THK DALXJSB* Or*.. March 13 Albert Price nak* for a dlvorca bo rauM, h* a vera. Mary Alloa, bfaldet hitting him over th« h«.id with a garden hone, continually aweara al him.