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"CONFESSIONS OF A BRIDE" BEGINS NEW EPISODE TOMORROW
"The Book of Ann," a new episode of "Confessions of a Bride," will begin tomorrow. A synopsis brings Confessions up.to date, so that old and new readers of this absorbing and intimate romance of modern married life may begin "The Book of Ann" with equal interest. This-great, human, throbbing story is published exclusively in The Star, and if you are not reading "Confessions of a Bride" you are missing the most popular newspaper serial ever published. Weather ■ ■■■■ Tonight <in</ Wednesday, 111 I I f* ir i moderate south' 3 I I I I westerly wind*. J 111 I Trmpcrnturc Ijwl ?l llntin, 111 ™ Maximum. \». Minimum, 41 "IP Ti«Uj noun. SI. VOLUME 23 Bluebeard Finds Grave AS IT SEEMS TO ME DANA SLEETH HAVE con*idered In Uita column recently the beneflta of communal alnglng. And »t aald that If every neighbor hood would get together and alng . for an hour every «r»k. everybody In the neighborhood would feel bet ter. find Ufa mora livable, find fewer thorna thruatlng their barb«,l jav.-liti* out from under the roar* of human Hrcum-Unce And In all Seattle there la no hatter proof of thla than the Cham ber of Com men-* chorua gtvea If every tired, prevlah bua.neaa man In town would take In a few of these alngmg ha would find it waa a lot beitrr world than he has been led to aua poct Here are it or 40 bualnea* and profeawlonal men—men with bald heads, and men with wt.Uk-ra. and men with a mere fumt and l*'ta of pep. Here are plumber*. and doc tor*. and lawyer*, and newspaper men. and butcher*. and lnauranco •casta, and broker*, and banker*. And they get together and forget boatoeae. and coat of living, and Mi laa'tj of dying, and the unob tainable Ideala of youth, and for an tmor or two they Jeat, and banter, flpd ÜBg. ■a a a I ami >w>ch the*- tired bualneaa men, who are not tired at all. group themaelv** about tha piano, the leader about* out the aong number, they rtve a humming chord, and then they are Off for «3 mlnutea of alnglng. They atnc the old aong*. and tha new •on«*. and rather well, conol'l erlng that probable not one in ten ever had an Idea he could alng un til he waa atlrred oi/t of hla melan choly (eolation by tbt« luncheon Not flnl*hed "part" ringing. not tha eiait. technical rendition of elamlcal gem*: Jurt plain. °--l fwh ioned ringing, with every fellow dstnx hta duriwVrt to k'" r p *tep. and ribbody era red of letunc go and enjoying htm* '? Protmbly not a man there but re gard* hi* noonday *lng « the brlghteat *pot In hla weekly rou tine. and not a man there ever goe* away with a grouch. A<-U"n. «nthu*la*m, Jwt, aelf for retfulne*«, the coming together In aong of 30 apirita—that aort of re eeneration la a real aavlng «ervlc« of an abiding «ra<* for the average American bu«ln««* man. who uau :>;iy I* aelf centered. repreaeed. out ward] 7 cold and Inwardly lonely. • • • SO I/">BK yournelf for an hour la a rare treat; meet of u* never do. To approach that irreapon aihie idea] that la tha child'* aplrit of play i* a wonder ful thing for groan up*. and there la no medium like that of aong. The choru* *lng* tunefully and pleaaingly. but that really make* Jittle difference. The big thing I* That 40 typical buatnoui men will become no engroeaed In anything that la not burineaa that they will (tevot* an hour to it and wonder where the time ha« gone at the hour'* end. And the chorua freely glrea ** It ha* freely received. Ix»«t night theae men left their after dinner allpper*. and their evening at hAmc. and the u*ua! comfort* of relaxation, to go out and »lng to the Inm.i(M of the county farm and the hoapltnl; to *ing rourijig choruae*; to *lng. with freely red blooded rigor, laughing *ong*. to drown In harmony aome of the drab *urface» of Institutional life That* a fine thing to do th»t uplrit. multiplied by SO.OOO. would mak< HeattJ# a heavenly place to Inhabit. • • • COURSE, thla chorua I I would never have been had not the breath of life be»n breathed Into it by Mr. Ru**''ll, who, after week. Inject* d large of hla peg and aplrlt, and gfithufliaam Into the chorus. Hi* 0u f 'f * n< l hla ability, and bin op &j|rri«*rn started the re*t, but, mo*t idaely. tb« chorua I* developing giber lead'ra who r»n carry on tju- work, and who* can become *Ong leader* of their communities, grid churches, and lodges, and gelgbborhood*. . Moat m rn comc to the end of life irttbout having a "Ingle public Iggrrice to their credit. Men like lDirector Huaeell, who, by dlapoal- ,»nd occupation, devote them native* to rheerlng up the rent of u«. can fa**'' extinction proudly, for flpty b«*ve done well for their fel- Knd, the way. the children a sing and piny time thla ftotek Whatever el*i >Oll are go [teg to do, atUnd the AMPLE BREAD BEING SUPPLIED, IS CLAIM ,v • * CHINESE ON BOATS BEAT U. S. YOUTHS Lads Shanghaied Into Vir tual §lavery on Pacific, Is the Charge SAN FTvAN'CISCO. May 4. —ln spite of »!1 laws to the contrary, Americans are still beinj? shanghaied and forced into virtual slavery on ships that ply th* Pacific Coast. Men and boys, drnpsred to helplessness, lieaten over the head until all resistance is srone, duped by promises of bij» pay and easy work, are daily earned onto snips which forthwith Kail for parts un known. I OR! I D T» I l\ I WITH IHIPK HKNfW On thraa ships white men are forced to aat. live and sleep with ne j groea. Chinese, Hindus and .\|e*l leans. moat of them "dopa flenda," who are lo° far gone. to care for 4 thejr aurrounding* Meat wtyrh would netfr paaa In jspection of tha health authorltiea. baana mildewed with aga. and water •xiircfly drinkable, ara f*d to th»«*e men. who dare not realat. If they protest, they ara beaten by Chlneaa with cluba and forced down Into dark . hold*. whare they go unfed for days. Theae. and ronditlona even worae, have brought to light h*re by the mutiny of 4S boy labor recrulta on board the barkentlna M» 1 Ju»t before aha aajled for tha Alaa j cannerlea. And thla la only ona exampla of a [ system common on the entire l'a< lfl< r*oaat, say a Htata I*abor Co mm la ! iloner John M<-Laughlin. who da rlaraa tha California commission la j oowerlea* to feemdy conditions un •Jer present federal law. KKDRRAt. AI TIIORITIKH PAfM M ITTKR I I" "I have CO mplained time and again to tha federal authorities, but the matter In a 1 way a paaaed up,' aay» McLaughlin. "I hgva heard unapeiakable atoriep from tl»eae nhlpa. It la time tha fed eral government took a hxind and put i atop to thla thing." Thr revelation of condltlona wnx brought al>«»ut by tha eacape from the MtcLaurin of I*e Hoy Johnarm. 20, former University of I>enver attident, who. unable longer to atand ronditlona on Jh* ship, aacapad from hla guarrlii and Jumped overboard. IMH'K S| PI'MKII IN IMUiK (|l \NTITIKH Members of the party taken from the ship *ay that oplym and mor phine were supplied in large quanti tie* to tho*e de*lrlng them. Complaint haa lieen filed ngnln-t a Chin* employment agency in la)h Angeles, where the men were (secured Owner* of the ahlp. In their defen*e contend that they were within their right* in holding the m«*n, <ll they had *lgned contract* to work in Alaaka and had secured their paaeag" a* far a.n Han Franc Intro un der thli contract. Men forced Into Involuntary alavt ry under thl* syetem of ehanghal. return from the North In the fall, phyaical wrecka, Bay labor commls sloners of thla state. Ninety per rent of the returning men are drug addict*, forced to the habit hy In May feativgl on Friday and Hatur day. If there i* a more important thing In HeatHe than thla gather ing together of It* people in a mu Mica! movtmi nt, it baa ofuiped our notica On the Issue of Atnerieanism There Can He No Compromise The Seattle Star Kn(»r*d « <»nd CUm M«r I. !!»#, *t tho fN(tffle4 »t iMltlc, WMk . tir><S»r tho Act of ConfTMo ftftrrh I, 117 • Por Yoor, by MaII, 9& to M HURL WARM WORDS * IN CALIFORNIA'S PRIMARY ELECTION SAN rUMCWA % * The following telejrram fn>m I«a Ahplm, made public today at Hoover headquarter a. In-'i«-ate« the klltfrnna of the Hoover loltnara primary nmimlin: "Hotithern (California la ready to rrdilrr a great Horn er *l< lory I'Tt Northern California with ita In administering * brtlfle drubbing to the Heornt Jnhnaon l*nd of pro i ;ermana. Sinn Felnera. reartloliartr* ami antl leaguer*. The feverlah ac tivity of Hooverttea Ihrtiout (*all fomla will counteract tha *lnnlh hour atop thief, unc t.ioua. brpocrttlpal, lying cam paign of alur*. alandar* and In nuendoea initiated by Johnaon ward heeler* la their dnatwra twm. We will make Hoover preeldent." TO TRY BLAIN IN SEPTEMBER Demurrers to Indictments Overruled by Judge Tha two (Woumn antarad by rapt. John J*, Wain imn4 jury Indictment a rhardm fraud in connection with hla duic* an North went district mantffr for the Unit ad fttataa Shipping Hoard * Kmer*ency Fleet corporation. were ovfrnilid by Federal Judfff Nearer morning. The declalon waa rendered from the bench, In connection iirlth th« net' ting of the ahipyarda canea for trlnl After some diiriiMlon by lien L Moore, special repreiwnta'lve of the attorney general, who la proaarut taff the eaaea for the govtrtUMnt find the attorney for the defanae. sufficient nourishment. <*apt Iflain'a trial waa aet for Sep tember 14. The two raaea againat tha Oraya Harbor Motorahlp corporation are aet for September 7, with the two against the Heaborn Hhlpyarda Co. to follow. rapt It lain l*ft for the F,a*t re cently on threa weeks' leave of ab aence, granted by Judge Ketcrar. Third Deficiency Bill Is Passed WASHINGTON. May 4 The houae today paaxed and *ent to the preaident the third urgent deficiency appropriation Mil, carrying 1309. 000,090, moat of which la to wind up hffaira of th« railroad admlnlntia tlon. lVrO RE SUNSHINE IVA FOR 24 HOURS! Fair weather tonight and Wedne* day with modorate aouthwept# rly wlnda, la tite official premise of U. rt. Observer Hallat)ury. Shoots Man and Surrenders Self BII.LINGfI. Mont, Miiy 4 —lvt« Htlmllkoff waa shot and killed hy \. K. lUf'l, at the letter's farm, In the I«avlna locality. Hunday, according to a report which reached Hilling* Mo y. The two men are *ald to have quar re led over cattle Heed aurrendered hlm*"|f to the sheriff at Roundup THE YOUNGSTERS SAW NO REASON f6r partiality fIACKAMRNTb, Oal., May 4, Home one didn't lay the right courss "f the parade. A number of sehool children, bearing Henator Johnaon banner*, marched thru the downtown *t reetn |ate yesterday afternoon. The intrude Buffered a aerloua co|lap*»« when the children *pl«*d a portrait of Hoover arid halted th<s parade long enough to give vent to many r her re. • SEATTLE, WASH., TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1920. CITY WONT SUFFER.SAY EMPLOYERS 75,000 Loaves Are Baked Daily--Both Sides in Strike Optimistic Flra of tha largaat t>akrrl>« rloaad by Ui« h*krr*° and drl *»r*' •trtto wrr* raporW itptriilnf at full «* l»dt| To'«4n; ai opan »hopa. pro during a dally output of 74.000 lurn of whit* hr*ad. Ona opan aliop bakary la r»portad turning n-Jt awaat good* and cak<-» to rrllava ih* *h<irtAg» by the : allik*. A *t*th b«k»ry It »*t*wt«'d to r* ; o[wn tomorrow aa an op*n ahop, ac cording to K Thomhlll. aacratary of th» M»*t*r llakrm' aaanrtatlon. w "With an output of ffc.OOO loavca ! a day." mid Thomhlll, "wr can »up ply the cliy of Kaattl* with all tha br«-ad It nwda without tha hrlp of tha h>)k»ra' union. W« ar* working day and night in flv* opan ahopa. In two »i»k« condition* ought to ba back to normal." Thomhill aatd the Awaoeutlon now , h»« all the truck drlverA n«*r**ary to nu»k* deliverleA If ih* prrMnt ratA of Nppllutlnnii k«*epa up. he Ml<l. it will not l>* Inn* until All the men r#- qulr *»d for Inaid" work Are obtained Many experience* hakera. he wild, hava Applied for work In the open ahopa and « number are expected to day from out of town. At the bak*ra' union headquarter* in the IjAbor Temple thlA morning It whs miu! the etrlkera hava no preaent | intention of barking down from their original demand* for the ellmlnation of night work. The two ahopa whlrh have been In operation dav and night by union t»akarA *lnc* tit* strike waa called Sunday night ara Atiil turning out a full < Apatity of bread. It waA Aaid. And every amall union »hop la keep- Lng Ita oven* full. One shop operated by the Master Ftakera" It la claimed, la putting out mora bread than All the union Ahopa combined. When'» Tie Not a Tie? Judge Tell* According to a declalon rendered by the court of cuatoma Appeula, In Washington, If you wiah to avoid duty on railroad tiea. juat bring thern in double length and cut them In two on thia aide of the Una. Railroad ties are ' t to duty. Ordinary rut l*>ftrds and. lumber are not. * If a railroad tie finfdn the standard dimension*, It In no longer a tie, holds the court, and comeg In duty free Word to this effect was recelvgd at the local customs office Tuesday morning. XJTASN'T THERE A vv POWDER PUFF 7 Besides losing hid trousehs, R. j Tahh, He ward hotel, told the police Tuesday he lout a bottle of Florida water and a bottle of 1,1 lar water when hie quarters aboard the Adnil rai Si hley were robbed. Monday. "Trenches Paradise, But Not So Home" "The trenches of France ilppeared like a paradise and' haven of peace when compared 1o their home," At torney Phil Tworoger recited, when asking a divorce for Howard F. Riley from Mrs. Mildred •Riley, in superior court Tuesday. Hiley was stationed st Camp I jew Is when married to Mrs. Itiley, June 18, 191* He returned from France late In 1919 and started out with her oil the troublous matrimonial sea. * Princess Stirs Russ Feud * * * * * * * * * Red Cross Ignores Beauty WASHINGTON, May 4 —Over the beautiful And devoted head of Prim cewa Nadejda Vaslllryna Troubetxkoy a wild ftuaalan controveray rAgeth. "She'* a royal prlnceaa and a Red Croaa nurac'" cry the youthful Mua eovenc'a enthusiastic admlrerA. "She's nothing of the sort. and lea*!*' retort representatlvea here of the nuA«*ian Red Croaa And other Kuaalan red*. Society atarted Idolizing her the minute Ahe arrived. Her ItixurlouA quarter a At the New Wlllard Are guarded by bemedalled attendants. And wherever Ahe trlpA there are whlapera of IntrigUA and plottlnga that remind you of old c**nr day a— of BKaaaatnatlon and Siberia, of nl hlllata and the knout r\U.KI> MOST IIKAtHFTX* RED < ROM M KBI "Europe's most beautiful Red Cross nurse" that's what they flailed her In Paris and Petrograd. Regular features, dark brown eyes under heavy lashes, an olive skin, beneath which lies the tinge of ruddy health, an Infectious smile and an unmlstaknKle "presence" combine to give her a striking beauty* Nevertheless— She has received no recognition from the American lied Cross— Benauie— Russian Red Cross worker* allege she's a monarchist envoy trying to prevent recognition of and peaceful relations with the soviet government Princess Nndcjda says she's a cousin of Prince Pierre TroObetxkoy, who became the second husband of Amelle Hives, American novelist. On the outbreak «\f war she organ ised her own hospital train of in cars, with 15 nurses, all under the Russian Ited Cross, and was as signed to the western front. Hhe served six months at Verdun. A Zep dropped a bomb near her while she was dressing nn officer's wounds, nnd she was laid up six months. For this the c*ar gave her the cross t\f Ht. Oeorge. TVVICK ( AITI KKI) IIY KKVOLUTIONINTH When revolutionists conquered Russia the princess wan twice taken prisoner, once at l'etrograd ami once At Irkutak, and each time exchanged. She reached America via Yladlvoa tok. Japan ond San Franclaeo. Thru courteay of Secretary of tha Navy Ikiniela *he in now studying latAAt American practlcea In aurgery and the X ray at the naval hoop Ita I. Hut listen to W. W. Boulmoetrow, special commlaaloner of the Huaalap R«1 CroaA in tha I'nited State*. who declared to«lav that-- Fir*t She Ia not a prlncea*, the *he may be a Troubetxkoy. Second She ha* no right to ihA Ited Croak uniform, which may 1»a worn only on duty. Third Only women got the St. George croaw who actually fought In battle. Fourth Perhaps *he received the St. fleorge "medal." whirl) la some thing e|:w* again. . Fifth lir a the official Red Proaa *pok«**man here and nhe haa never sent him any credential*. When Boulmofttrow's word a were relayed to a member of the oatenal ble prlnceaa' suite at the New Wll lard, thia fmliwiry quoth: "She haa no Intereat In him. He if aa the dirt beneath her feet." POSTAL RATES MAY BE KILLED W AHHTNf ST* >N', May 4, The house post office committee tod;iy voted to report a measure to repeal the automatic Increase in postal rates on serond*clasa mull matter acheduled to go Into effect July 1. The action continues the present rates, which range from IV4 cents a pound for the first gone toSVi cents for the eighth, I'nder present Icgts lation, rates for the eighth rone will 1k» 10 cent# July 1. and other zones Increased correspondingly. NAGS HAD ITCH: JOHN MUST PAY John Carlson's nags broke down 20 of his favorite fruit trees by scratching their necks on them, Floyd N. MauCj Vashon farmer, told Judge llall Tuesday. The court a.l lov%«<1 litin $1 j0 damages 75gl COLLAPSES AS BODY OF BRIDE IS UNCOVERED Mob Follows Wife-Slayer to Desert Spot, Where He Points to Place He Buried Victim EL CENTRO, Cal., May 4.—Nina Lee Deloney's body was found today. Without the slightest hesitation, "Bluebeard" Charles N. Harvey led District Attorney Woolwine's searching: party to the spot where rested the remains of the woman he confessed to murdering by beating her to death with a hammer. 'There is the place," ho cried, pointing with steady finger to a.spot half way up a rocky foothill. Nearly the entire popula tion of El Ontro, numbering about 500, had followed the punching party and wit nessed the finding of the Vt«" body waa found In the exact position dcarrlbed by Harvey, with kneea b*nt and body doubled up. The overturning of one ahovelful of Mirth the putrefying mui of fleah ntid honwi. Harvey had chonen a« a burying ground a email pocket of aand aur rounded by Immenne bouldera of icranlte. Harvey did not fro entirely to the apot. but halted a ahort dl»t»ince awav. When Sheriff AppeUtUl. -of Imperial count). xlgnaied down the hilUkte that the body had been found. "Bluebeard" collaps ed. and was re»fto»ed lo the ambulance. The body will be l*- mined to Kl t'entro and an In quest held this afternoon. I*l cr, Harvey lulled a short statement, •In which he declared that he waa clad the body had been found, because It proved that he wan telling the trulH. "I have told all I know," he said "And am trying to right all the wrongs I have done." H.AHS UK MAY UK BltOl GHT IIKRR Hilton Is said to greatly fear ; the consequences of being taken tp , Washington slate. He has a horror ! nf the hangman's noose and* Is said I much to, prefer to remain In tUI j fnrnla, where he Is assured of a life sentence. Before leaving T<os Angeles. HI! ton made a lengthy statement In j which he snid he was "more to lie pities! than censured" for the ile j \elopinenf of a "strange and un controllable condition." "I am ordinarily kind and tender hearted." he said. "and easily moved to tears at the sight of sad ness or distress. I im working as twst I can to help make the World better. I wonder if the public enn not see the logical position of my case" . Hilton now recalls that the wom an he married In Tacoma and drowned 111 l<ake Washington was Miss Beatrice Andrewartlia, of Canada. • • e Tacoma Won't A»k "Bluebeard" Trial TACOMA, May 4 Pierce county will not demand the extradition of "Bluebeard" Harvey altho there are wounds for charges of blgamy fttalnst him here, I>eputy Prosecut or James Selden said today, "If there was any danger of the man being released In California, Thurston county would be the first to claim him for trial o« the charge of murdering lictty Pryor at Plum station," paid Selden, "but there Is sufficient to hold hlin down there the rest of his life." President to Veto Peace Resolution WASH IN< ITON. May i.—"There Is no doulit at nil that President Wilson will veto the Knox peace resolution," It was flatly stated In an authoritative quarter here to day. Administration senators under stand that the president will veto U "and veto It quick." TWO CENTS IN SEATTLE GOLLY! $89,000 MORE TO SAVE] Re-Looping of Car Lines to Do Trick Mayor Caldwell nqimM the city council Tuesday to approve by r—o lutlon the proposed plan of D. W. Henderson, railway superintendent, to have AUcI and FaunOeroy oars make a loop at Columbia St.. instead of running north to Virginia at, and lo turn back South Seattle cars at Jackson st_. Instead of at Yealer way. An annual saving of over HI,MM' will be effected by these change* according to Henderson. Explains Rules for Happiness in Wedded Life NEW TORK. May 4.—Fanny Hurst, noted writer, celebrated today the fifth anniversary of her marriage to Jacques S. Paniclson, pianist and composer, by telling the world of the union, which previously waa kept * secret. Miss Hurst said she and her hus band decided to loeep the affair a se cret, to "try out marriage for a year, and at the end of the period go quiet ly apart, should the venture prove a liability lnstrad of an asset" Some of the details of the arrange ment. as explained by Misa Hurst, were: Living separately, maintaining separate apartments and meeting "a» per Inclination and by appointment" Average of two breakfasts a week together. Miss Hurst to rettain her maiden name. In the event of an offspring, the child should be given the paternal name until reaching the age of dis cretion, and then should be allownd to make Its own decision. TRAFFIC CHIEFS VISIT SEATTLE Touring the principal cities of tha United States in the Interests of uni form traffic legislation. I.leut. HanM A. Sylvester and C. DeWltt Pemar, both of San Francisco, nationally known traffic expert*, conferred Tuesday morning with Mayor Cald well. They discussed local traffic conditions and latest methods of deal ing with roiKratlan. The California truffle men «m accompanied by Chief Warren and Lieut. C. C. Curr, head of the traffic bureau here. Lieut, Sylvester Is president of th« National Traffic Officers' association. Demur Is manager of the National Traffic Officers' convention and Bafa ty First Imposition which will b« held In Sun Francisco In August. The traffic specialists will ask th« national government to pass a na tion-wide and uniform law fv th* regulation 'of traffic.