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GOING BIM), PERSVERSE, TAKES LIFE "Thank Boyt and Girts, Bird* and Flowers, for Klndnsss,:' Man Asks OnCAOO. 111.. July M.-Lo*rtn« >»IH —pr«»»ln« t**r of blinrtnftoo, Chtltai a*«kor. H, » MlMiun. «u fount 4oftd In • *m fllltd room at ISM N. lakSftll* A Rlbktr booo, with on* *nd *tUch*4 ttt ft* opoft gmm >•(. ni In his h«n.la Ou vu «w«plng from two othor Xa. also. Booltor toft tfc* following MfM«: iwitruv "S 1, *■» MI atokV »W. otli ■lO fSt y< *M «|w. A Mtor to ft frl«nd Mid: "Thank in ttw Httla boys and fir la, tha birds Mi th* Be were, far llnlr klndMM «• Ma. Forgive w*. sweetheart. OasAkya. And wh»n you smell the Imm I >•*•. lot your heart boat fast for n>« and I'll sot b* dead. Plmm M Mia; (dec) came to my cmn Qaodbye." Pachyderm Does Shimmy in John Robinson's Show Vkia Ml RaMmoa'i draw ar- HM Wadnaeday aftrrnoaa evrry thtoc will to In •hi p-a ha pa far th* tor psrtotwsnrae to to given VlMtotoy and Friday, Auguat I •V. |n itoteiii that walk aa Mr MM lacs, and on* that toaa ttto "Mriam* There ta an ape tttoi Oam the "flip-Hop" aa bar a* kaafc. and Bhaiaaa who do stunts aa MmlM an tb* back* it Shetland Tfcere ara aerial artists, too. th* WOSOO Nelooa fatally and sthesa. •to will defy 4mth to antartain. •Hi gtilt others who da slu*la an fcgMM yaa ocsld aat da on tsrra •to, am watt aa ttowa wba walk «■ tight and slack wirsa as sasily tto ■ wffi to tba usual frsaks to ;(sSsto»to laihfiai a Jvngla aura *4ol rto sasa aa ***»' alsphant Wmo Itot to fcatgbL Airplane Flies Toward Moon on Night Trip Yfc* Ma la th# mm l« looking t»Hil*d the** nlgbt*. He ia loelng ,tk> complacent wall* with which he fcge been aeeuatomed to look down «poa amorous «wain» grid darned* •Mr aa they atrolled alone the atar t trails. by th« riv«r bank, or tat world roll by while they tat an a gram park bench. Friday night. Joseph DeWltt and KM Louise Armstrong, piloted by J. D. Hill, af th* Western Airplane <Jg- flaw right up to the man In tk» ■OOB and laughed la hla face. pt»t ato-mllght hold* Us magic, lfc»T aaidj whether viewed from gftrth or high above. Night tripe will be continued. the •Western Airplane Co. announce*, a* laag as the moon I* bright enough, USSIONARY TO IWM DIES HERE Frances Smith Everett, Si, who Waa to have started for India Frt -4a y, to ffiter the mlmlonary ftold a* % teach«r. died Thm evening at the FlrlanrK sanatorium. Hhe wa* Stricken with diphtheria after mak ing transportation arrangements for India. Her illness wa* very brief. Miaa Everett wa* a teacher at the University Height* school and lived M 2224 Franklin ave. She la sur» Jlred by a brother, E. 8 Everett, of Ninth ave., and a brother and 4fter Ihrtnf fn Mlnnaaota. Kunrral •«nrl«e* were held Saturday after ■fm, «t I o'clock, at the Ilonney. Wataqa Co. parlors. HESKETH ENTERS NET FINALS Bruce Hesketh haa advanced to tha filial round and will meet th* fewer bracket finalist Monday at I p. m. far tha fiiiala la the Capitol Hill tennla tournament being run •it Mt the Volunteer pask eeuria. la W>* doublea, Tilford and Grlb- Me aad Collin* and Collina have reached the aetnl-flnala. The dou. blea finals will be played Monday alfht. ■asalte af frtday Mataha* ILBraca M»ek«th Halph Mil lar H. Haakath qualifying tor tha H Haeea defeated Boy Nalaoa T-l, M, •-». Ha*an and Johnaoa dafaatad Rla* and Dal* I t, 1-4. 1-2 Ttlfoad a»d orthbl* dafaatad Ha«»n lad Johnson 4-4. 4-4, «-J Collin* aad C<»tllni> dafaatad Evanao* lad Oltaaaa by dafaalL Befcedal* for Matardsr Hf—M. Raaoa va (,'hrlatlan Knuat. M*Ma fa* MeMley. Aa*»« t l:ia— Millar and Leisure »a. l»ara and will lams. Mrlnnaa aad Wklta «a Caslanada and Reeoe reeore now |-«, f.»). Lite Awlft aad Karl*a v*. wlnnar Dara aad WtUlama >«. Miller and Leu are. Tilford aad Oflbbt* »*. wiener ■ flgiiaasd* ad Baaee m M*l*ae* aad wan* PRIZE SALESWOMAN BEAUTIES OF THEIR OWN HOME TOWNS HAWKINS HEADS UNITED PRESS Howard It Business Director of Scripps-Mcßae League .VrW TOIUC. July II —Annoanca meat of th* resignation af Roy W. Howard aa preaklent of th* Ualted Praaa associations, ta become busi ness director of th* lorlfpa Moßm l«xu* of Newapapera, and tba ales- Ilea of W. W. Hawklaa aa praeident of th* i;nltrd Frees waa mad* b*r* today, affactlva Auguat L Howard waa aa e<Uve participant In th* formation of th* ITnltad Vrrmm ta IHT aad baaam* prealdeat af lb* organisation In nil Under bla direction n haa grown from a comparatively small group of aimelN Into tha graataat nawa or ganlmtioix for aftarnoon nesrapapars In tha world. Hawkins, who bauwnaa president of tha United Ptass. ftlao baa b*an with tha organkaatlon ainoa lu for nation, and haa sarved to practically every important capacity. For thraa y*ar* ho waa In charg* of tba Pi attic coast division, and for a atmllar Ibna waa manager of th* Waahiagton buraau. Uur ha tonim sucoasatvsly gsn Ml now* mana£«r. business mana gar. general manager, aad first vtc* president. Ha waa born la Springfield. Ho. wh*ra h« bagan newspaper work as a cub r*porter. U* Is now IT y*ar« of age GEN. LIGGETT INSPECTS POSTS Leavtt Sunday for Yellow stone Park MaJ. Gen. Hunter Liggett left Seat tle Haturday for a tour of Inspection of Puget sound military poets, after which he will return to this city and leave Hunday for Yellowstone park Following the Y*H<>w*ton* park trip, }»en. I iggett will Inapet t Camp Douglas, Halt Lake City, and return to hi* headquarter* at Kan Francisco ilea. Liggett, who arrived In M*at tie Friday from Alaska, where he In spected military posts, declared the Northern territory was greatly In neeff of developing capital Col W. P. Klch'irdnon, to be eta tinned at Camp I>ewla, I* accompanying the general. LEGION CHIEF TO VISIT GRAVES D'Olier Will Inspect Posts on Coast Blaborat* preparations art twin* mad* by th* local po*t* of th« American Legtnn for t'he ■flloomv of Franklin D'Olier, national com mander of tha veterans' organlxa tlon, who will arrlv* her* on Au ■uat 11. P*Olt*r come* to the Paelfln Coot for th* purpoa* of Inspecting th* poata ber*. Seattle will b« hi* only ■top In thla atat*. with the e«r»p tlon of a ahort vialt to Centralis whara be will make a pilgrimage to tha iiravei of the axaarvlne men murdered last Armlatloe day. in Heattl* D'Olier will b* th* gu**t of th* state executive com mitt** and the commander* of th* four local po*t*. ll* will make hi* only speech during his Heattie visit at a public meeting In the Masonic temple. Governor Student at Wisconsin "U" I MADIHON. Wl*„ July 31.—The | University of Wisconsin has a gov ernor on Its rolls of students. A tens tin 1.. Alvarez Is only 2H years old. yet he has !><•<• n for two yours gov emor of Zamttounga. the fourth larg eat province in the I'hillpplne Islands, a crlmlnnl lawyer for four years, and a prosecuting attorney for als month*. This youthful governor Is now spending his 12 months' vaca tion from governmental duties In Uklqft course in cion«nlwi at the University of Wisconsin. On* look at these thres salesgirl beauties and it is easy to imagine that the national judges, who ore picking out the most beautiful salesgirl in American, have no soft job of it. Kaeh city is submitting one pirture—that of the local first prise winnsr—and she has a chance to \rin the national prise, which is a tryout on the 'stage in New York and a chance in the movies. Miss Dorothy Davis (left) walked away with ftrtt honors in Newark, N. J., In the Star-Kagle's contest. Mis\Kdith Lervenbergtr (tenter) of Monroe. Wis., was pick td as the most beautiful salesgirl who sent her picture in to the livening Times. Miss Oval Waggoner Lloyd (right) rep resents Fort Wayne, Ind. Sho won the Journal-Gazette con test. Gov. and Mrs. Cox Honored by Throng DAYTON. Ohio. July 11. emor Jam** M Cos ippwrnl aa th* honor curat at a calibration by Miami valley yaatarday, hla first pu' llc sppaarnnae la th* role of datnocratki normbm for president. t lay ton. having ca**«d It* labor* at noon, fllad by ■ reviewing ataixl before the goveroar In a long march ing column of worker*, buelnee* men farmer* and other* * A aeorv of float* In summer (Ire** *<Med th* only oaol touch to an otherwise acorchtng ooaalon for the temperature waa high. For aa hour and a half th* marcher* cam*, frob ably lI.MO were In llae. I.OVKKNOK AND Hint WAVE AT CKOWIMI The governor, accompanied by Mrs Cos. constituted the objective of thou*anda of eyes looking to *ee for the fi»t time what .their honored eon eeenwd like aa a potential reel, dent of the Whit* House. The ei ecutlv* couple smiled and waved at all the parader*. From afar oarae the booming of big guns, algnal of welcome from Miami valley. Aero planee aoar«id overhead. And neither the governor nor Mr* Cox eeeined to mind th* h«ai. It wa* a big day for them. Cos mad* a *hort speech after the parade, when the crowd purged about the reviewing platfaewi "I hate to leave PAyton after thl* demonstration, but I feel confident I will occupy "your hniite' In Waahlng tor. " hr 'laid, nnd the crowd cheered After the speech people crowded arcund Cos to *hnk* hie hand and call htm "Jimmy." • His police nffleer* had difficulty In keeping him from being mushed liut he wn* finally eseorted to the porch of the courthouse, Crle* of "Ml Jimmy," •Hello no**. How'* the ioy?" greeted the gover nor from the crowd*. METROPOLITAN rONOHHOW fOH THK WRRK I MAT*. UK.. WKP.. a AT. I SKATS NOW I KVKMNfiM, 25 Cent* to II.M I MATIN KKH, 15 to 50 CVnta I TIT E SEATTLE STAR Five ftundred Cos nawshoys. shout lag loudly. "Ws want Jimmy." draw that) road aat smlla from tha noml nsa. ' TOURISTS RUSH TO LUKE REGION Wisconsin and Michigan Ports Swamped Ml I.WAI'KKK. Wl». July II Tourist movement to tho many lokaa and roaorla In Wlaronaln and upper Michigan porta thla Hummer will ho unusually heavy, deeplto tho Increased coats and the extreme, ly cool weather which haa hold the rooopt district In Ita rrtp up t« and Including th» fore part of July. Reports from Ashland. Wla.. are H tho effect thai there appears to bo an unprecedented rush of tourtatg and fishermen u, tfoe lakes snd summer resorts of northern Wisconsin. The resorts around Namahagfon lake art fairly swamp, ed. nnd |j.ke Owen, between Ash land and Hsyward, near OnMa. la allvo with basis of summer visitors. The lakes nose Iron wood, and In Vlllna and Oneida rountlea. have many visitors Officials of the Chi cago and Northwestern rallrond re port the tourist movement to ths northern part of the state extremely heavy. Cine thing that la worrying ths cottager* and operators of summer resorts this year la tho shortage of help A numl*r of northern V\ iK'onsln school tnschet* havs ogieed to help out. I Seattle DAYS Thursday-Friday, Aug. 5-6) I Show Grounds, Fifth and Republican | 111111 B 11 911 V 11 k ■ I * W TH& THE' WOKSERE|29 SEASONS JH <M W® GREATEST JSJSkSSSSfW I^ URHfc HEKDSVELEPHAIU3 1005 PEOPLE PROVt WIMELS 500 HOK3E3 I Tickets on Sale Both Days at Bush A Lane Piano Co. I No Extra Charge—lsl9 Third Ave. I Keeps 2 Wrives and 7 Children in Same House riTTKHtmo. ra. juiy j» ~ with • ««W, IMutlrUiu* dtlaen In 111 ran' Itn** who hu Iwo vltM and families un.Ur lit* auma »<«■(. m»ini jlrun* both In |>mi« and harmony, >»t in deHam-e of Ih* law, llta town of Wood* Hun la In a quandary W lad la law Hwlaa, "|h« man with two wlv«w." a> ha la known ehruout tlie Wmxla Itun dkatrtct, mm» lo llili country from Croatia about 1! yaare «<o. it wlfa and tbr«-a chll dr«o In hie ftatlv* land Aftrr ha had boan h«f a»v aral year* horn* U»a br (in lo I'xwcn lla mrt i pretty Croa I an sir) In Wood* l<»n. they fall In k'va and war* married Kov|r cMldre* war* born and the family prospered. Itaoantly the wlfa averaa** am praaaad a wt»h to rora* liar*. Her huabaM aant bar traveling funda and aha <mma with lha tbraa children ■ha waa oorfronlad with bar hue bajßd'a aaeond wlfa. "I wont to (Jo what !• boot for both wlvoo," the husband told Alderman Tou#| at Preble eve . when hta Orel wife and family arrived rto ho oon etilte.l both wives and thoy a#rped to ll*o together. They got along eireod Ingly well and ar« now asking only that they bo left alone to llvo hap |»lly with their husband. The bus band supports both families In coin fortable fashion from hia turning*. the children seem and do (noetic tranquility la the rule. Wh»l the Woods Hun residents are debating la whether the "man with two wive«" ehould be allowed to keep both for the saks of the children or whether they are duty bound to up hold the lawa of the atato and of morality and compel him to glva up one wife or the other. Neither wife haa made any move to prornxuto the dual hual«nd for bigamy and no aurh step apparently la contemplated "li«ddy. bring homo oome of Itoldt a French pastry " -Adv. AMUSEMENTS II IT n 'R mmm Inrrrtt ift >jt A«k«(M«n * i<»• r11» HiriNiliMotir \4l l»K.\ 11.1.K wtth ~rnu lunKTm" oTiirvi c|i AI.ITY ACT* • «r» Pk*(oplnfi II tHII V c WIRY l> "Ml V"* "y"r;™»- moore (iRORnu raMPnr.i.t. (iKonoß At'OTiw Mnonn H 4ltllT HATIiKM rnttl'Atll ril>eheih Kilaie end the Harry Iter* Marjeeie Berrerk It a retake Hree. The reeehleya ■V iBBBP SAX m<DHPtIEK. COPYRI6HT, 1919, BY ROBWS BRIDE C CO. IConllniinl 1-ri.ni Our l«<l I woo) Kerry 11<1<I1U<I, anil the (flu elbow <d their w* y In llta counter. The peeudo duck hand waa a detective whii knew Ilia night blrda of Kaat %id Irfindnn aa frw man outalda iliair own elrile* knew tham. "Threa ruflrfi, I'at," ha cried, leaning aggggg liia ahoulder of a heavy, r«l haadari fallow who lulled agalnat lha counter. Mecurlng lhair cupg they retired la t comparatively i|ulrl epot. Karry alpped hta roffne with appreciation Jervla looked about him cautloualy, and. "That'g (laorg* 'the rod headed hooligan titlnil the oounlcr," ha aald. "Ha'a barn liquoring up pretty freely, and I ahouldn't bo aurprlaed to find that ha'a got a Job on to night. ll* haa a aklff beached ba low h*r«i and I think ha'a walling for tha I Ida," "rtiwdt" rarrped Karry. "Whan ran wo find a boatr* "Wall," Jrrvia anil lad "There gre aavaral lying thara If you didn't ixime In an 1L P. boat " "»'• did Hut I'll dlamlaa IL Wi want a wnall i«ui ' "Vary good, air Wa ghaJl have to pinch one™ "That doaan't matter," daelared Kerry. "We mu*t find g boat, and 11a off anmewhere to wafh for • irorga. 11a ahould ba worth follow ing." "We'll ba moving, than." aald tha datactiva. "It will ba high 11 da In an hour." Thay flnlahad thalr coffee aa quick ly aa poaaibla. tha atuff waa not far lie low boiling point- Than Jrrvia re turned lha rupa to tha counter. "flood night, Pat!" ha cried, gad rejoined Melon and Karry. Aa they rama out Into tha dean la lion of tha acrap haa pa. tha laat trine* of fog luid illaappaarad. Jarvta Iml them to whara a number of boata lay on the ahlngla. "Ttia and boat U Oaorga'a," aald Jervtn "I propone." aald Beton brlakly. "that wa borrow ona of tha ot_h»r boata and pull down atraam to whirl that ahort pier Jut* out. Wa can hide behind II grid watch for our man." "Itlght." aald Kerry. "We'll Uk* the entail dinghy. It'a big enough." Ha turned to Jarvla. "Nip arrnaa lo the wnodan otalre " ha dlraotad. "and tall Inapaotor White to eland by, bift to kaap out of eight ~ Jarvta turned aa wm gad Karry graaped tha boat gad ran u down into 'he rtglng Uda. "Phawl Tba currant drage Uka a towboat!" aald Kerry. They were balng drawn rapid ly upatraam. But aa Karry aalaad tha oara gad began to pull atagdlly. Ihla progreae waa checked. and grad ually tha dlngtiy rrept upon lie courae. until, below the little pier, they found a eheltered epot. where It wa* pomlble to rttn In and He hid DONT CHANGE YOUR HUSBAND L—■ ********** Cecil De Mille's wonderful study of domestic strife and happi- |H H nesa now is at the ■■ l a US Until Friday night. (Jloria Swanson, Elliott Dexter, Theodore || Roberts, Lew Cody and James Neill are all in the superb stellar ■■ ■■ JACK DEMPSEY HI |S Will be seen in a Terrific Ring Contest with Terry Kellar in ga B "DAREDEVIL JACK" g| BIIBIBIBIBMaMWMgMBIia I den A» they won this haven! null! Hett.n "Look! W* • were only Just In llms'" Immediately above them, wh«i» I the b«H4im were beached. • man wan t ■ omnia down the slops, carrying a j hurricane lantern, Aa Kerry snd N»lnn »ah I.ill. man raised the • lantern ami swung It to and fro, "■Walsh!" whluperod Salon. "H»> blktimllliik to the Greenwich bunk'" Kerry's teeth snapped savagely to gather, and be chewed. but nuwlc no i reply, until; "There It la-" b« s«Jd rapidly. "On tha marsh eel" A speck of light In tha darkness II ahuwed, a distant moving lantern •>n tha curtatln of tha night Altho f»w would haya credited Karry with tha vlrtua, h« wa m»n of cultured Imagination ant) It aaamad to him aa It seemed to Beton I'usha, that ti l dim light symbolised tha Ufa of the missing woman, of tha woman who hovered between tha gay world from which tragically aha had van 1 ishsd and aoma Chlnsaa ball upon whose brink "ha hovered. Th» grating sound mada by a hoat thrust out fiom a shingle beach mm* U) their earn A ghoatly figure iln tha dim light, Oeorge Ma run • Inml.ered Into hi* craft and took to thr oara. "If he's for Uia Oreenwlch bank." •aid Jtoton grimly, "ha bag a atlff taak." Hut for tha Greenwich hank tha boat wss headed. and pulling might ily agalnat tha currant, tha mui • trunk out Into midstream "What da you suggest?" asked Baton. "1 suggest." said Karry, -that we drift " Gripped in tha atrongty running Uda they wrra borne smoothly up atraam, ualng tha oara merely for tha purpnaa of steering Each pull j Ing a scull, thay beaded In for the left bank. There's f, wharf ah cad." said Betofk, looking back over hla shoulder. "If wa put In tea Ida It wn can wait thar* unobserved." , They bent to tha oara and present ty nun! to a Uny pool abova the wharf, where it waa poaalble to 11a undisturbed by the eager current. Thoaa limitations which are com mon to all humuiity, and that full* which la peculiar to the Chlnaaa, veil ed the fact from their ken that the deserted wharf, In whoae shatter they lay. waa at once tha roof and the gateway of Sin Via Wa'a receiving office I Aa tha boat draw la ta the bank, a Chinese boy. who waa standing on tha wbarf. retired Into tha shadows Prom a spot via lb Is downstream bat Invisible to tha men tn the boat, ha signalled constantly with a hurricane lantern. Three roan from New Scotland Tard were watching the houae of Bin Bin Wa. and Bin BO Wa had given no idgn of animation sine*, some hours earlier, he had extinguished his bedroom light. Yet Oeorge. drift- BATrnruT, 11, ttM. | Ing noiselessly upstream, received a signal to the effect "police," while ;He ton I'saha and Chief Inspector Kerry lay below the blggeat dope '■ru tte In l«ondon. Melon sometimes swore under hlv breath. K•jVy chew* *-d Ineeaaaatly. But George never ' came. Hut a wild, audden cry rang oat, a walling, sorrowful cry. that see in. Ed to come from nowhere, from everywhere, from the bank, from tha stream; that rose and fell and died robbing Into the buahed whisper of the tide. Heton's hand fastened Ilka a viae onto Kerry's shoulder, and; "Merciful God!" be whlaparadj "what was It? Who waa It?" "If It wasn't a Spirit, it tW S woman." replied Kerry hoarsely,' "and a woman very near to bar end." "Kerry"*—Beton Paaha had dropped all formality—"Kerry—tf it calls for all the men that f irtland Yard can muster, we must search every building, down to the smallest (athole in the flopr, on thla bank—• and do It by dawn!" "Well do It!" rapped Karry, CHAPTER XT. I'hlncac Migto Detective Sergeant Coomb— and three assistants watched tha bouaa of Bin Bin Wa, and any one of tha three would have bean prepared to swear that Bin Bin Wa arag sleep Ing. That door of Bin Sin Wa'l Mto> llshment which gava upon a HUM backyard opened noiselessly. Like a ahadow. Bin Bin Wa crept forth. Bo carried a sort of canvas kit-be*. Keating hla bag agalnat tha gad wall, he climbed up by ——at boles In the neglactad brickwork tSte - til ha could peer over the tap. A faint smell of tobacco smoke greeted him. a detective waa standing la the lane below. Boundlessly, Bin Bin Wa descended again. Raising hie bag, be lifted It lovingly until it rested up right upon the top of the walL Krom the rubbish amid whiek be stood. Bin Bin Wa selected a pieoe of rusty barrel hoop. Cautiously ha mounted the end wall and be bwb| ( the fragment of Iron far along tha bine, so that It fell clattering *Tr—*S a neighbor's rubbish. (Continued Hi Oar Next boa* Honor P. E. Sands at Aberdeen Meet ABERDEEN, July WL Bands, of Seattle, waa slsiaf a great* dent of the Washington AobntWe Chamber of Commerce j eater Jay. at the sixth annual oonventiMt ut hi ■uselon here. Mrs. Sophia Kleemann n. died yeeterday at the bene of ber daughter. Miss Agnes KTooniaaa. tl« Eighth ave.. after an 111 mm at three weeks. Mrs. Kleemann had been a» tive in church work and wag "a mora ber of St. James' Catholic parish and of the Ijidles' Cat hollo sodality.