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BLUEBEARD IS SNAPSHOTTED ON WAY TO SAN QUENTIN PEN "Bluebeard" Watnon, who was spirited from I A)* Angel*t# to state's prison at San Quentin on Son J-ranetseo Hay, eringed when a group of girls kissed him at the ferry landing t just outside the jail. Strvngely > noui/h the on/9 wnifortmt/ word he got on Ike trip teas from a woman, u ife of the lunrh-eounter keeper on the. "Boat of Sighs." "Don't be beared, little fellow," she railed, as he stepped from the boat, limply between two deputies. i NOW—The screen's most beautiful <;tar in an inspir ing romance of a woman's self-sacrifice for the Vian she loves. Until Tuesday night only— Katherine Mac Donald —IN— * '-vu V^mv\ /1 trt» .*< ', jrsf \j\ M El* V\ i LAiv/®i j f?* 'Z^tß^rdSkir Turning Point" From the Famous Novel of the Same Name 1 by Robert W. Chambers The strange story of a woman who loves a man so dearly that she is willing to send him out of her life for his own good. - -- —-• -■ -~- --~? » ■ r—:; =at Symphony Orchestra Malotte on the Wurlitzer „ ... . , _ , , . _ "Anc'l Kb**" Virtur ll«rb»rt 31 ArtlHtH under Rewnaid Dunn, ••!* Bohem*" i»urrtni Kern'H "Oh, Floy!" election. JJZsirrh'X',"* Song by Katherine I'ielow— " w >» l w ""'« l "«■ lh - >" «' "vin*r M«lou. Miami- CONCERT—I:3O SUNDAY A THE 8 BATTLE ST Alt P»Mr- V A 4-os-' /ivianon wsa SI'RINU la hrrt and the *ound of •»r» motor* lulling up la lira id thro the land Kritll' i alrplanl ■• *re hu'<y "isminlng flying ■ «lr»« teettng the R I* M of high- I-wv-r*d rn|inx regulating control* •tvl tHhnwlM getting 111* •'«hlp*" .i-ady for a flying *t*rt for the eum J mrr'a buetneaa In U>* winter a low renin* and j poor viability keep ibe hu we* In the ! hangar for long intrrvala. But with the approach of ciaar. tunnr da}a ■ tlie drone i.f airjiUn* motor* •n »r Uta houaetop* of the city. Two day* *4XI Kddle Hubbard. the Hoeing ill lot. made on* of the faateat • Mmiuerctal trip* ever mgixered In thla country A naval ileutenapt telephone.! from the Uuatnaea dlatrict iliat ha «u forrwl to rm» a trip to Hremerton -in a hurry. Hubbard told him to come out to the hangar on l*k* I'nlon and th« mm plane would bo ready It require.! exactly one hour for 'he naval officer to ride out to the hangar. fl> to Hrwncrton, make hi* j r.-jmrt to the commanding officer of the hattleehlp New York and return to the city The flight to the navy yard required IX mlnutea. ami it ro •mired only IB minute* for the re turn trip. The value of the aerial tail eervtee I* Imtmliii more end more appre ciated Time la money eometimee a great deal .of money and not In frequently time la a matter of life and death Then there * <0 the trip that I'(lota Dave U'ti and A M Naclnwey of the Heniid Air Hervtce rornt>any maile to HUII'K'ikI laet week end The •viator* made rii-ertmeotal deliver lee of The nmttk War In Kvervtt and Hlanwi«*t. demooatratlng tint It will not he many jrean t«f >r«- a metropolitan |>a|ier will de||v< r It* edition*, atlll wet from the piraec*. in dlatant Ineiia. The I<og* Nachtwey Curtlaa JN-4 made over It flight* with puei nger* at 'Mtanwood The red plane earned paaeenger* ln age from t to *0 year* Mr* Mary tlate*. >O. the Oldeel woman known to have taken • flight In a plane, waa acutely dinai* pointed when the pilot* would not throw the ahlp Into a Mliepin Klying la the incomparable aport It I* a combination of *urf riding, tobaguaning. aaJllng In a he ivy northawgf g-tle and drinking a quart of champagne on an empty etornvch Anirtn a rtxid *hlp, you run no more chance of getting Injured than an e*#|tilmo doaa of getting the *un stroke Bureau of Missing Relatives Otorge W. ttullard'n m«th*r, May Milliard. U tiring ragrrly nought by Mrs. 1-at it la LlvchkM, Guwichc,* Yakima county, thin utatr. Mrs. ljlv rngood got fjrorgr from thr <Jrtrn tion liotiNfi in North Yakima, in 1915, «hr Myi in a lrttrr to The Star. Thr hoy ia finxiouM to lrnrn thr whrir itiout* of bin mother, brother and *ltft*r # • • • Mr» J. \V Walker, box MS, St.) ney, Neb., ift unxlmm to obtain In formation concerning Mr*. William tUinle ('amit/i >•(■*, according to n let ter *ent to Mayor Caldwell Friday, and reflrrwl by him to the chief of poller and Th« War's Mlhnliik Kxlo tiv« bureau * * * Inrormiitlon r'xarillni Jr«.ie Heatna, believed to be In thin vleln- Ity, Ik HotiKht by hla brother, F. W Heat**. It F I) No. 2. Koaedule, N.J. • 1 • • • If lurth Iteno, of f'oliimbun. Ind . Scuttle he ehould leave for hi*' home Immediately Benttle |Hi||ce i were notified Haturday that hia fath ' er la very til. I BLUEBEARD'S SOCIAL STATUS IN PRISON IS HANGING IN BALANCE HAN tyt KNTIN. <*<•!. M»y 12 - Th# «hm u§l of *'Ulu#- beard" W»tMNI, toflfw •**! «»f nine* whrn ami tin »l*»n«1 «»f mom than i> peon, •* u>«uv Hi th* i*i»ru« urn"MK hid fHl** intnot** of Man <jii*ittln. !»• will i*|N'i»«l Ihl r* iimludcr of bin lif* In (hr dining room whara hr will r«t. In th» Jul" null wh*r» hr will work, lii* i»rx«>n»m y I* l»inu du> tntamd by »«nvtfl» with ohoin hi' IIIUOI II vr- 11 I I OU IWI \TI.S I \N MAKJC Ills I/II I V Ill.iJ Will hi* llf'- In prlaon mud)* a 11 viii «c lk«-11, or will II lia fairly 10m fnrtablaf Thul quwilion la iargrljr o|> to hi* fallow ImiitlM har» Then# men. tnnlutinc in their rank* murdfrom. hl*hwavmen nod mrrt i-oiiviiiwl of ilia mo«t hettiotia rrlmrn, have thrir own lai ntr.*!*. Th* elert are thaw men of couiimt who *t«nd up unU Ink* without coin plaint, without ranging. th* punish m*nt to which they are nibjaetfd Will "IHualaurd" br lUimnt tha alart. or Will ha b* (itto lt» "atiaara tra.ittnrnt" to whu li thoar who have Incurriyl prl*on dlaplaoaurr ara r|. po»ad? If ha to. hi* Ufa will !>a al rnont mirnduruhl*-- many man hava gone Inmnn fmm thla prtioifcnatra i lam A man ■«n lr» no inward, no com plainer Atxl be by IVTICOIHTTION TO ITN nuni mis sm wi.t.i \\ llwtlM Introduction to I lie prison ilim". imil portend well lor his lulurr |M-»<r ot mind. 110 did Hot H ilk in bold faced, will Ing to fiw *- hh fate. At Ihr Iwt tiiomriit he broke. Scaring Uw pn»on he pl.Klr.l fur more con indention llp cringed with ler rw, no longer llie duelling. Mom)) I oiliario who had knuffed JOHN BARRYMODE X^OftJBOTT To taste all pleasures, to sink into all depths of sin and shame and leave his soul untouched! And so Dr. Jekyll becomes the vicious Mr. Hyde—a fiend incarnate, a monster in soul and body. The ending is logical. • MATIMUM STRAND ORCHESTRA jg^H=HE!g a •111 . Under S. K. Wineland, playing l**»r fl«<»r %n<l lo««r haievny , i% c "MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR" NICOLAI <Ai! prir»« inrlud* tat) on! womrn'# live-*, l|k* lined lip WaMinr f*r th* ir titan to open to liiin for tbe flmt ind Uui tun*, h* ti«-»?ibM in anticipation of liii un known fat*- A uliffht. mtooinwl in»n, h» Ni'ix«ml anything but P*n>* irmtm of the crlnst* he luul iron I'nir of fno», thin ik! tinxhut'tm. b< riling to lh' arm* of hi* guard* and • •mad to nhrink Into a frull tilirll of man Kt-nr liu<l him. Am) ot*nly at iiatt tha ivnvuUi of Hun (jtiantin hava little patlanr* aiih faar. laity in r» nun who lum itiM|ilrf«i mj miiihiof It. Ear-Pulling Suit Kicked Out of Court An aa r pulling ™«ntaat halong* In a romln aupplrmi nl, rathar than a rl*i| «,urt. Jtolga Kvaratt Hmith da ■ -raw! jr.-tortla-. in dl*mla*lng 11,000 ault brought l>> H A Krnrili'h. young tr<>r+r again*! Wat don V. Champ »•)», "J, propria tor of an iipartmant at JHI ttUßMult ava. N. KronP h w«a r«-fu««>l ndjnlltan<-a lo tha apaitmant Whrn lia want In anyway, «lotmpnava waa ullagad to havr pulled Troth lua rara whlbr i-joct in* hint. Campus May Fete Postponed a Week A ping *ky forced the po*tpon»- mcnt uf the May *> had ulnl to have lih n |i»n by unlver »ity girl* on the <-ampu* Krtdny lift i'W»n. to nekt We<lne*day. at 4 p. m. The fete will l» under the auaph-e* qf the university Y. W. C, A. Tim *t«iry wua *<i*i>ied from Hawthorn*'* "I\iradi*e of Children." by Mla« Miriarti Coffin, wtuur in the umt¥<T*>ty. RAINIER PARK TO OPEN MAY 30TH Demand for Accommoda tion Big This Year Ifißlxlont have been th« rnanda for if ftal nl*r National pirk prior to the fe«l ••ral #>f>«*nir»ic «»f the park aeraton, June 18, that tl*« Italnl+r National Park company fm nin»unM<l It will open .VitUon*! Park Inn at Lonffmiro H prime* Munday, May JO. two wwks ahead r»f It a whedule I'ar.idlae Inn In Paradla* Valley will* not be utuil June 26 Tha mountaJft road |* already ofK*n< to u limited amount of traffic. T>e hpite the con*tructloii work between I*a <?r.*nde and Alder In the NUquftl Iv Canyon, motnriata have be* n able to net their ma< hloea thru. Gravel ilnic ha* been undertaken on this part **f the road. too, above !#a Grande. Iteyood the canyon the road |4 In uplendtd fthape With th« M«<«an already l>elnir forced two we#«k* ahead of It* fibaluM, pro* peota are that the park ae.taon Will lie an eioaptlonaily heavy one. Engineers Favor Consolidation Plan A[iprnvn] of Vivian M CtrkNk'i |ii<l KtAtf- ronwtltutional uiri^nd mull to consolidate county and rltjr government wa* etprerwd by th« Re aitie chapter of the American Aeeo • UUon "t i:ngln««-ni. it it* nifctln» In the Kin* Art* hall, Friday evenm*. Th»i bill. a« drafted by f'arkcek, It to h# firewtited to the rifil I* i»iala ture. "PI BI.IC CIWNKHSHIP of Water Power*" waa din u-wed liefore the Commute* of 4* Saturday noon in (lood Kuta cafeteria by Willi* T. Halfhetlor. eei retary, Hiattle rbap ter, American Im-litu'e of Klectrl cat I"n|»ine< re ELMER J, NOBLE AWARDED D. S. C; Dead Hero Decorated for Gallantry by Government lAf ut Klm+r J. Nobla of OsmtMif I>. itMtb Infantry, Vint diviaion. who w«m killed In a« flon n«-ar Kola <ia Chappy. France, Kept ember 2t, ltl», ha* be*n award#*! tha J>tatJnrul*h»<| Hervloe erom. according to a Friday hy*Mn». Dart* Hmlth Noble, hi* widow. fr»*m tha war de. par tment The citation l«: "Lieut Nobla gallantly i#d hit m*a under heavy fire In an attack thru barbed wire entanglement* on the po sition* before I iota d«* Chappy. Hit n ndurt had a marked moral t on hi* rnen and he continued leading the attack until kl!le«J by <<*<>qp> fire* "Cy," aa he wm* familiarly known to hundred* of 1 nlveralty Mtudent*, wni a aenlor in the achool of oom* mere* at the I'niveralty at the tlUa Amotini entered the war H« entlat ed at once and wa* aant to the ftr»t Offlw' training achool at the J*r«-. aldio. He went overa«-a* July It. lift* and a little more than two month a later wan killed in battle. In the four yejiri that ho had been «t the t'ntvernity "Py" m»«l« Ills na/ne known ihruout this country ,t« one of the gr«i[e»t lln* unuuthinif t writ fit Id men Coach Dobla had av«r turned out. l:|m»r J ( Noble of the Ameri can I><Klon »'aa named aft< r th< dead h>-ro. lie waa a member .of rtignuk Nu fraternity. Many Are Slain in New. Pogrom IyO.VriO.N. May 21.- Many persona HTM- Willed and w«un<Jed In pogrom* which oecutred in liudapcst and Hzolnok. r.4 mile* southeast of Roda pe*t, on Tuesday ami WMnixUf, *n KirlUDft Te|e*n«ph dispatch from Hu<lup<-«t by way of Vienna today said.