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And of them •»H, the graduate | S the happiest, because. for * hrlef period, the graduate will be perfectly content with the past, the present and the future I'eeking over the e <ge of thing* Jurt peeping thru the svholastlc *hell. with ■ mind full of fine pre cepts. with a heurt full of courage ■ml a soul filled with faith. how wonderful is thv graduate with the bit of scholastic parchment. xun dry cla*« honor*, and the world for a playfleld On the threshold of life, of r«> miliif, of adventure, of achieve roent. blue skies above, velvety greenery under ftml. infinite moun tain*. Know eaitv-d and aloof on the far bortaon, the triumphant strains of the varsity hand, the adulation of admiring relatives, the conirrat uLai lon* of classmate* and the aJ fahle condewrMlon of professors, human for a day -surely, It la a top note on the ataff of life's har mony. Nl> all the r**t of their I Xa I lives theae graduate-* who Just now think all MOM of adventure and r» RUM* is JU*t ahead will look bark thru the dull years wist fully, and find their only thrlU In the romantic memory uf gradua tion time. Science today has a theory th/it the human nnittul reaches perfec tion at the age of 1?. and that from thence onward there la no Increase in vttul force*, but Mutisd deteri •>rauon that become* more progres sive mm the years advance I'erh iv-H IJ I* a bit young, but certainly the average high s#h<s>l gradual* la at the height of hla or b«r phv steal and apintual strength, ami whatever tha future may bring. It certainly will not bring toys a* great as thoae of the school or college years, because the fresh, sincere, uncontamlnate,) power of •njoymer.t will be constantly de creualoc No man ever fwlt as fresh and pur* * Joy over the greatest honor an adoring nation can bestow as the boy of I® feels with his first targat rifle Just as the widow never has the thrill of the tender bride, an tha bride, no matter how tender her • ouruhlp. nor how romantic her marriage, never ha* quite ths same pristine thrill as she hid In her gawky days, when rub love made the world glorious for her rTTI KKW rare »pirtte cling IyV I to their youthful love of LL_VJ living, and. in *pirit. at MbN traNt, ran project them *e!v«i hark to th* trt umph* and )e*t* of youth and feel a litfV' of the old, glad thrill of per fert ha.ppine**, but then* apirtta are i*ldom found among "RuccfM/ol" men or brilliant women. and moat ly the world I* romprlaed of dl* courajred, dlxilluaionHl, akeptical, cynical, broken winded adult*. The philoaopher* and nfem. and the true uknUl—not th« peoudo mnu- of every a#e, from man * fir*t birthday*, have trumpeted th* great truth that heaven la with in. and that Joy of living rome* from a atate of mind, and not from poa*e*alona. achieve me*t* nor from victories. Hut mankind ha* never believed that "Kxecpt ye bocoitie if little rhildren. ye shall !n no wlae enter thr kingdom of heaven.'* Mankind ha* inaiated that to en ter the kingdom of heaven it had to roll in hot anhfw, or Infllrt for• ture* on "infidel*," or pray big. empty prayer* before a big. empty altar, or follow riformiilf a multi tude of man madf pr icept*. Mankind ha* never believed that the kingdom of r;od waa within, and that anybody could merely open the door* of hi* heart and find a j*aradi*e there •June i* the real month that bring* the eternal truth of "I am lh« reaurrectlon and the life" home tir» the young, and for a brief hour at the altar the bride catch#* a fteart-thrilling ylimpa* of the great white throne of perfect love and a pear* that paaaeth understanding, and the graduate, thrilling with a *en*e of coming victory, and hal lowed by a few yeara of *inrer* Mtrlvl/ig after thr true thing* of life. *enae* the heavenly aplrlt that breathe* on Uttle children at play, and that, rome* to make the death bed* of v*ry old and wlae people a glory Hut the re*t of uk fret our Im mortal aoul* worrying over the p*» r mane nee of *ome cheap job. or the art-ate of our health, or thr condi tion of Mary a Sunday ah oe*. or what the neighbor* think of ua. And ail the *eera and aaint* and Chrlat* aomehow can't point out the way to heave n to our blind fert If It was harder to be happv a* angel* are happy; If it wan unnat Ufa I. exfienalve, to be attained by a unlveralty courae, or a trip to *ome *hrlne, half the world would gain happlnen* And thru the aifej that hag bocn ConVICT RADER OF SLAYING | HUSBAND Defendant, Locked in Jail. Is Now Facing Life Term in Penitentiary Ingram lladrr. wealthy fuel contractor. who ha* been at lib erty on i:«.m bail since the slaying of his (ormrr employe. Hud Itmn I'urtK •pea" inlay in a county Jail cell. dewpontlenl over the vertftct of a Jury conrlrt ing hint of murder In the second degree and recommending tfic maximum penalty, life imprison meat Immediately after the verdict was ( returned, at • IS last night, and read by Judge Calf in J4 Kail befurs a crowded courtroom. Hader was taken . into custody by deputy sheriffs and eacorted to jail Rader will ask for a new trial He ■ hot and killed Curtla 'ln Itader's wood camp, near l».kc City, on April j 3. after Curtis had him of breaking up his home and the two j had quarreled SO TK.MTI.MONV KKOM DKKKNMK ftailer * jury retired at I It ye*t#r day afternoon, without a word of tea ttmony being uttered In hla defanse, and deliberated five hours and a half The unusual feature of Itader's trial was his total lack of defense > Kven he did not lake the atand to (captain to the Jury why he had killed Curtla. after eye witnesses of ths fist fight had thought the quar 1 rel between the two men was at j an end. , Thomas D. Long. In hla rloaing argument to the Jury, contended the ' killing was Justifiable because Curtis was on Itader's land, and waa a treapasser there. Carmody answered thla argument jby hammering home to the Jury the I fart that Curtis' wife and baby were | being virtually held by flatter on the property of the contractor and '""tirtls 1 had a right to go there after them Ijortg contended Curt I*' asaault 1 upon Rader was unprovoked, and that he knew he had no business j there LONDONDERRY IS IN WAR'S GRIP Sinn Fein Said to Be Send ing Reinforcements LONDON', June 24.—Several hundred additional troop* have arrltfid al I with armored rar*. machine gun* and tome heavy artillery, ac fording to di*pat« today. A train load of ph)Hkian«, numea and medk-al «npplie« ha* left I Dublin to aid in relieving the hundred* of wounded filling I ,or>dof»derry ho*pital*. At the Irlah office it waa *tated that the situation In the city had become quiet, altho fighting t»etwe».p the Hlnn Kefnera and t'nloniata had occurred during the morning Military authorltle* have taken menanre* to replenlah the f*»od gup ply and atrong pntrola of aoldiera in the *treeta permitted citlzena to purrhaae their immediate need*. The known dead today atood at 12.'with many of thoae at the ho*- pital* mortally wounded flniping from roofa continued tv day but moat of the fighting wa» per*on a I encountera. Heveral raae* were reported of Hlnn Keinera tak rng ahota at the Itritlah troop* but they were few and not conaldered id irn If leant. Humor" were rurrent that Hlnn Felner* were mourning In the north we*t to Join In the Ixindonderry fighting Hundred* of heavily armed unionint* in the north al*o were re ported preparing to com* to the rlty IKffort* of the military to clear the atrerta were handfc tpjted by order* to ahr»ot only In event of the grave*t inecMnlty. P The foor) ait nation wa* degperate. ! owing in Inability of eltlzen* to reach ! U*e ahopa. I?ASY SUMMER FOR PREACHER KAfnKAX, Okla., June 24 Jtawther aoft nowaday* for Hev. John Templln Hla three aona are vlaltlng him. All being preacher*, they are filling bla pulpit alternately. thought the piilh of p*n'-r, tind no thn world h<w raz h y«-»r grown mon> nick of iioul an<l more mid of (ount'nifioi. New thought? Certainly not! The oldest thought in the world. The Seattle Star Knlrr*4 >• C|»M Mattar Mar I. !«•» St tha ml **atlla. Kuli. under tha Art of < nnfr*sa M»f>h I Hit Par Vaar, be Mall, II to l» Beauty Contest Judges Center on Seven ********* * * * * * * * * * Throngs Crowd Theatre for Scott Fund Benefit at Which Seattle Salesgirl Contestants Appear *** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Choose Today by Personal Interviews Beauties on Display for Scott Fund \ - - Entrant» to thr Ziegfeld i Contest Greeted With Deafening Applause A cheering audlenco that filled '*»n atandlng rm«n In on* of the clty'a Urgeat theatre* Ijtvy'a Or pheum laat night beheld an en < hantlng apectacle And new we know why nowaday* •n many men go ahopplng. and why •o many more are |olni to acquire the habit. for lit* gportacle the audience waw waa not Juat one Vinton of beuuty. hut 13 auch vlatonx. onr after an , other Seattle'a lovelleat "aleaglrla AIDIKNCK THI.NDKWI ITS Aa'UlM im» by one the bewutiea atepped onto the atage and trlp|>ed out onto| i» runway that extended out over the orrh'otra pit. pirouette*!, nnd walked 1 hark to the atage again where they i •food In cre»oep»)t formation, while! the audience thundered Ita acclaim Theae (tlrla work In wtorea. and one of them la to be the Seattle. entry In the nation wide Ziegfeld l>eauty conteat. Xlpßfrld la aearrh- Ing the country for the prettleat aaleaglrl In America If «he «u not ;>mong thoae JJ beautiful conteatanta whom the audience reviewed laat "Ight, the winner will have to be a miracle. HKKXN FHKiHTKNRD AT IIKK OWN Sin NKSH The flrat to atep up on the run -1 way wna a wlnaome little mlaa, who j I aerated frightened at her own ahy- j | neaa. Hut when the ajiectatora com menced their dernonatratlon, ahe re covered, amlled. and |>iu»ed on and 1 [off aa the aecond Iwauty came from Iwhlnd the winga. A l>enuty, of courae, muat have a face. But ah* muat alao have a 1 hacß Aa they came along down the ! tunway, atnlllng. and turned In the I very center, wher* I hey were near eat to the audience, there waa re j j peatedly a aecond wild hurat of ap- ! 1 plauae. aa their hacka came Into view Thoae who were there laat j night are awitre today that aome beautlea have dlmplea In their hacka. In dainty, fluffy coatumea. carry ing bouqueta of long atemmed pe I onlea; In ahorter. lower coatumea , that were daringly aliuihed to reveal | allm. well lumed anklea; In coatumea j that were cloaely form fitting, and ; in drapea that clung tightly to j founded curve*, they came before ua, ' each for a craahlng round of ap- , llnltiuae >HAND TO TKI.I, WHO (jOT TIIK MOST API'l-AI SK Which got the moat npplauae? 1 W"l>o can aay? Who ran tell whether ! the applauae meant for aome waa i not mlataken for that meant for an j other? It la uneaaentlal which waa the ; favorite, they all were It waa a j collective dlnplay. to ahow a bouquet rather than a alngle flower, and the audience aeemed to know It. They were not there merely to ( ahow thernaelvea off; they came he iauae The Ktjir aaked them to come. (Turn l» Pago I, Column ft) On the Issue of Americanism There Can Be No Compromise SEATTLE, WASH., THURSDAY, JUNK 2-1, 1920. If I IMlttlMMt Ml Mil Ml | It (ukM mort than perfect ffuture* i ' to make a ntag»» be«uty. That ww the verdict of the Jury yrnterHay lifter hotini spent over a big table »pread with photograph* of Seattle** kivelH-M MilriKtrtn thr $3 1 entrant* In The aearch for a Heottje representative In th«* Zirgfeld ' naflonal aalraffirla* hcauty rontent. Ambrose head of thr department of f»alntlng at the t'ni-j vemity of Woajiingion. wa* one Ju'lirr who ouirht to know a Venu* I when hr *ee* her How he did aquint at thr no*e* In thr photon, caating one out becauoe thr proportion wan not what It ahould t»e In relation to the forehead; or puttlnK one on thr winning aide (Clara Hart hi becauae "*he ha* a »t might (}r*cian profile good the no«<e an<i all very nld. 4 j j SOME KIJHINATKP AH •Tint TIIKATRICAI." Mm. Kdfrar Amra. who rhoae thr | ia.M for the Naval Pageant that wa* I audi a aucceea two yr«r* ago. kept thr men of the Jury on thr qui vlve 1 ! "That Ml** Cinnamon ha* grrat ' «lyle individuality like the duchr** of Marlborough"; or "I'm vrry par tial to thl* petite type; a rrgular i Venu*! Thr head in (harming, thr : hair bruahrd back a* If *ho win# her Intelligence. On thr atage you have i to nhow your forehead. " (Thl* wa* ' Mlaa Kehoe'* picture.) Or (putting onr aaidei "Hhe'a tool 'lheAtHcai'; nhr'a all made up; aui h | curia and marcel*! The regular j Ui by-doll* are out of date on the *tage today. Natural fare, hair and I manner an- beat. JCirgfrld ha* a biff I *lgn In thr wing* that any girl ap ' pcarlng in Jnukr up will !*• in*tantly | fired A girl to aucceed today can't be vulgar and potty; she inu«t have j toate and bralna." M L. Klrkpatrlrk. of *he Ttuahneli atudlo, would kerp inter polutiriK "Well, I wlah you eould aee her color Ing. Heal Irl*h. My Judgment I* hpolled The cloaalr line* of the face are onr thing to Judge from a photo graph, but thr peraonaJlty and vivac Ity of each «ne Impreaneh you *o that ' you ran often overlook a defect In ! beauty." MKVKN ARK CHOftKN WITH (iKKATKHT OIFKICI'LTY It was with the gr<»te*t (llfrlculty ' that severt were choaen for the final | elimination te*t. Even after Mil hnd iiKrffrt upon onr net, Mr. Pittfmon | wnnt buck llngi-rlngly over the chairs overflowing with print*, hating to dlncard th|« one and that, who.ie por trait mlxht not do h'r Juitloß. Apparently moiit of the Kir In could lx- recalled to mind by the judges, for One of these seven trill rep resent Seattle in the national salesgirls' beauty contest for a stage and movie position with a Ziegfeld beauty show and the Mayflower movies. Top row, left to right—Misses Hazel Povxeroy, Hazel Klaine Miller, Clara Barth. Second row—Misses Fa rol McPhe r ron, Betty Cinnamon, Cillia B. Kehoe. Below—Miss Louise Lough. their beatuy already had made them remarkable from behind the counter. It wai decided that before taking the tnomrntouH laat vote, to reduce the aeven to one winner—and It ja no arcret the Jury are a* violently divided among the aeven an they were prevloualy among the original bewildering 63, each lovely In a unique way an Interview would be necrwanry. Ho, at 3:30 this afternoon, by ape cial appointment, the aeven will have a very crltlcaJ going over. For Zieg feld ha* a*krd for only one. and It will be a very difficult thing to decide which of the Seattle tieautlen ahould reprrMcnt thin city In the final com p*rlnon with the winner, picked by similar juries In SO or more oilier American cltle* MENTALITY IMPORTANT IN WORK ON BTAOK Mentality In imimrtint. Por suc cess on the stage mini a 14 hour a day job The candidate mu«t be dlirnlfled. She ran't be "muahy." A little preaenne and bearing, the Know how of wearing rlothea —these are among the *trofigest chanirterla tic* of the really successful salesgirl Even men admit that "feminine sloping ahouldera. a lovely back and long line*" are flrat aid* to the *uc ceaaful aetreaa Hut the aecret key to real sucrea* l« the dream of amounting to itome thlng. that ran be read In some people'* eyes "Seeing the aoul In the picture," a* Mr. Klrkpatrlrk put It. and all the Jury looked at the photograph of llasel Miller. "Maybe no," said the other*, "but wait till we »ee them." The aeven finally chosen. after what all the Jury agree* wa* the greatest difficulty, were. MISS HAZEI- POMEROT, at the <andy counter of Pig'n Whistle MISS PAROL, MPHERKON, of bakery at the Hon Marche. MISS CI.AKA HARTH, In mllll nery at Steen A Ilrogan'*. MISS HAZEL Mil.l. Kit of the *heet munlc department of the Mar tlus music house MISS HETTY CINNAMON, of the Bon Marehe. MISS CILI.IA KEHOE. of Fraaer Puterson'* MISS I/IPISE IAU'OH, of the Phlnney ave pharmacy. NATIONAL LEAGUE I H II F. [Cincinnati 5 7 1 At Philadelphia .. .; 3 9 2 Sallce and Wlngo; Smith, t.allia and Wheat. R. H. E. Pittsburg 2 14 3 At Hrooklyn 6 II 1 Adams, Meador, Ponder and Schmidt: Mamaux and Miller. R. H. E. Chicago 1 * 2 At New York 3 10 1 Vaughn, Martin, Halley and OTarrell; Nehf and Snyder. It H. E. At Honton 4 13 3 St. I .out* 7 9 0 Hchupp, tloodwln and Clemon*; Mcquillan, Mayrwa and tk»wdy, O'Neill. 9r m vii EDITION-I ||H Baby Cries? Leave, Flat! I Dog? 0. K. I Makes a Difference What Produce« the Noise in Washington, D. C. WASHINGTON* Jun« 13—A bride and if room living In a fashionable apartment house here ramt near be- In* thrown Into the street, on the ground* that they had violated the rule* of the house They were chanced with having a baby on the premlae* "Ro-o-o-o! Yowl-I-I!, bo bo bo-ool nol," or something that nouoded like the crying of a baby kept coming thru the transom of their apart ment. but the nolne maker wax In a far-off room from the halt and thru the cement wall* of the adjoining apartment* it resembled a baby, a* much a* do the crying cat* on a hack-yard fence In the middle of a dark night. Ho the apartment manager notified Mr and Mrs. Newly-Wed* they would have to move, that they were maintaining a nut*anc« In the apart ment. to-wlt. a baby. The bride and groom denied they were maintaining a nuisance In the form of a bnhy. declaring that It was a dor that did the howling The landlord thereupon wrs satis fied that the rules had not been vio lated, and the newly-weds were al lowed to stay. There Is no objec tion on the part of any of the land lonls here to dog*. Oh, Freckles! Don't Forget ■ the Big Day $2O (or Ihe kid with the most freckle*. Krw admission for the next 13 most Irwltlrd kids to src hrrkk-KirH Wesley Harry in "lion't Ever SUirj," at Ihr Lib erty. A parade with ■ fine hand playing "Kitolilm." The winner crowned "The Freckle Faced King," by Mayor Caldwell. Thr crown will be fur nished by llaxen J. Titus. Thin, In brief, in the program for the big freckle faced contest to be held Saturday morning Don't forget the hour, l>oys. Show up tn front of the Liberty theiitre ut 10 u m All kid*, between the ages of 7 and 14 are eligible to compete. Come on. Freckled. There's bound to be u big time. Atlantic City It Shriners' Choice I'OHTI.ANI), Ore., June 24.—The 1921 convention of the Mystic Hhrine will be held In Atlantic City. N. J., the Imperial council. In ses sion here today, decided. Ksten A. Fletcher, of Rochester, N. Y., was elected Imperial outer guard by the Imperial representa tives of tseM ystlc Shrine, in annual session here late yesterday. Fletcher, In the regular order of procedure, will eventually become Imperial potentate. TWO CENTS IN SEATTLE J HUNDREDS - WITNESS SAN JOSE? SUICIDE! Despondent Over Girl Leaps From WimMNH In Doctor's Office SAN JOSE, Cal., June H —Miss Clara Field, datuMH of Z. O. Field, wealthy twlft in? contractor, commitH suicide this afternoon leaping from a fourth-flpp window of the Garden CM bank building. J The liuildlnK la aituatMl at fj|| Imnleat Intrnwwtlon In tIM »nd hundred* of persons M IH liody hurl)* thni the air. * Mlm Field, who wu M JMH old. had been In IU h«*U* Mjg nome time % Khe Jumped to her death IMB k window of ■ phyalclaa'a oflWB The body atruck the xldewalk, rowly miming i-edeatriaiu. Dm| apparently wu InataataiMMMM. 'Js Miaa Meld waa prominent la fljH Joa«- aoctaty rlrclea 3 FINDS MISSING 1 WIFE IN Morgue Joseph Grass Body Found in Resarvwf After searching for two Joseph Graas, bollermaker. foval ■ missing wife Thursday In the county rooriue. Her MB found floating fare duonmfl In B'-acon hill rtwrrotr. nMr MB ferson park golf link*. WadnaMWl evening, i 1 loirns of people flocked to tfll morgue Thursday morning ia Ml w| 1 tempt to identify Mrs. CI rasa, «M home was at 1 JOSH Ilenny way. < When the worried husband raeMjH I nixed hid wife, he was overcome wM grief. Morgue attendants tnsll Ifl I attempt to press him for a thMM j of explanation for the tragedy. IMB assumed the S5 y»ar-otd WORM K| committed suicide. p he left, besides her huabMtl three sons. Joe. Jay and HMIM and one ilaughter. Mrs. Charles TMjfl Grass was formerly employed I Skinner Kddv shipyard. OnIMM years ago he waa an unauoMMO| candidate for conatable. WOMAN KNOCKS DOWN BY Hit Mrs. L. M. Waldron Taken to City Hospital M HI nick down by an auto dHint. by Mrs Kdna W. Farnsworth. v*Oo president of the K'nlon Mach titer? A Supply company, during the nwMI hour today. Mrs. 1. M. WatdrMfc 2*. an employe of Proctor A QamM% In the Marion building, waa taMft to the city hospital, hysterical aad suffering from alight concuaaion at the brain. Mrs. Waldron waa crossing tIM corner at Second ave. and I t bM St. about 11:40 o'clock, when tIM accident happened. l*oliceinaa I* U Norton. In charge of traffic at the corner, said Mrs. Waldron vio lated the traffic rules in crossing. Mrs. Karnsworth Uvea at (01 E. 1 'rospect st. CARFARE CONTEST WINNERS ■ ii Judges of the carfare letter coo> text have awarded the five prises of $lO each to thq following: Cecil L Nelson, 317 N. 84th St. J. M. Dean, (11 N. 48th at. Chaa. McDuffee, 148 K. 81st st. Cleo. R. Wardley, S42S 34th ava. S. Wm. 8. Thyng, 1848 K. 62nd st The winning letters eotnpllsd with the regulatlona—did not overreach the word limit. Nearly every shads of opinion Is reprenented among these five. Checks were mailed today Iks winners.