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JONES AD BRANDED ! AS FAKE Did Nothing for the Soldier Bonus Bill; "Carpet-Bag ged" to Seattle Col W.'M. Ingtis was |uwt white fighting In the Argonne for •at. Altho he thought he had en Wrote r»-o*t»d, the etrenuous .peaklnr mmpUr l that ho Is now And hM been conducting for the teat mtnl ««k< ia having it* affect upon hto throat and lung*, and he had oitreme difficulty In flatehing a *pe«ch at the Ronton Hill dubhouaa. ■earing Senator Waa ley L Jonea 9m » -carpet haggw." »ho changed his "teg*!" residence from Taklma to ■tattle merely foe political purpoaaa. denouncing Jonea' attempt to pa ■Ma before the ei eerrlce men of the data aa a friend of a bonua bin on Which he had never been hoard to fetter a word. CoL William Ingll*. re yblkan candidate for the I'altod ■MN aeaate. Thursday night spoke tt tha Renton Hill cluhhouea. "Dig Senator Jonas ever Introduce •ay measure for tho rollof of aol «arar- aaked Inglto. after caning at flstlon to paid aiivortlaements In Jonea' behalf, claiming he bad gup parted the bonua bill. * -What soldiers' bonus bin does he ibvorT- Inglle continued. "Is It the |ggta propooed by the American I* glan. or some other bonua bin of the ggHMarous once now pending In the Vntted States senate? What did he 4a to aid the paaaage of a bill? "White California genatora, who 'vara la emigres* a ahortrr period feaa Jonea. carried off nary work Md athar projarta of value to thalr flkrt*. Senator Jonea waa aaloep on Mm Job. With Bremerton. Seattle and Other Washington cities staring him U tha face - tnglte added. Col Inglto left early mday morn . tog for T*coma. where ho will deliver aooaday apoech. returning by the way of Ortfng. Whore ho will a* sis the oM soldiers of tho chrll 'War t> tha Old Soldiers' home, and *Wttl ateo stop and make spee* hos at i |«Mr. Auburn aad KanL Nebraska Pioneer, 80, Here on Visit James D. Houston No- ItMh* ptooMr, la la Seattle making Mi Ant TWt to thla Oaaat to are hla (M, >liili Houatoo of Enumclaw Mm k aaar vtalttn* Austin E. Grif fiths. a IHeod far 41 year*. Ha lira tto Yarit eounty in Nrtwukv Mistaken for Deer, Youth It Killed ': UDFORTi. Ore., Sept. !•—Mia- for a deer. Arthur Kimball. It. *wmm fatally wounded by R. W. Ptj Mabary while they were hunting. >B»e jnettnUy. on Rplcnet mountain. Vlmball wma brought to a haepltal PsKm. where be died lata algbk At the ace of II John Puaeia. OuMw>u leading man. played hia flrat part on the atage—aa "Alee" In yMmam "Charity Ball." I Am t mmim Jack London's I I STARTS ftory-tcffiiiK, his I ■ spirit of advm. ■ I SATURDAY £ I ■ place*, and the ■ ■ fascination of hia I I characters that I ■ brought him mil- I ■ Qons of readers I ■ are heightened in I ■ this screen ver- I I aion of one of his I ■ most noteworthy I I talcs of the sea! I JACK I LONDON'S I Stirring Story of the Sea— ■ I "THE MUTINY OF I I THE ELSINORE" I I Mitchell Lewis I I Clemmcr Tonight— I ■ Music Last Times— I ■ LibonuH Hauptman, _ . • . ■ I Director # David Graham Phillips' ■ ■ Concerts afternoon "The Cost," with I ■ sod evening. Violet Heming I Strict Neutrality I Observed by Troops in W.Va. Mine Area WILLIAMSON. W. Va.. Wort. It. I —Holeotlon of a Jury to try l« men. Indicted on rharfM of killing aeven Baldwin Kelts detective* at Mute wan. during a atrlKo there wiw be gun here today A panel of >OO men ha* boon summoned. All visitors and cltlseti* have boon ordered dtearmad by Judge Jamas Hamcron He revoked llr.-n-ee of 70 We«t Virginians to entry WOApOTV*. Ktva iialdwln F"olt* detaethraa will ba tried on September SO on cliargaa of killing four cJtlaeniw • • • WTUJAMXON. W Va.. fof. tfc— Mtnffo county, In th* lUu* Ilia** mounUlna. la In the t'nltrd Stataa and Col. Mamuat Burkahart. Jr, and 413 federal soldiers ara b«a to prove It. Thte la tha haart of the West Vir gin* coal country. Further. It to tha battleground whora two armies are testing tha valldltr of a oteuse in tha Declara tion of Independence that clause which declare* all men fraa and t>oe aoaaod at a nig hi to tha aearch for happiness. On tha ona aldo are tha mountain ear mlnara. taunt, lanky mon to whom tha equlrrol rlfla to a handler tool than tha mlnara pink, ami on" tha other, hired aptoa and run man commanded by tha W«t Virginia coal barona l">n* RAM WATCHW TO PKKVKNT BUMMWUKD Now I'nole Ram haa become a gl tent, watchful byatandar. determined that the at rugs I • between tha mln ara. who gay they have a right to join union*, and operatora who aay they alone have the right to organ tea. shall got continue at tha coat of blood. "We're neutral,* tha lean faced commander of tha battalion of infan try from Camp Sherman. Oolonat Burkebart. told me. -We hare no brief for either »'<K but Ihara will be tew and order." It waa a sudd»h Increase in tha mortAllty rate of defense wltnaaaaa In tha gate of aJtegad murder to be prooacuted againat twonty four mln era and cltlxena of Matewan. nine ml lea from here, who Aay or may not hare had a part In a pitched battle between Itoldwla-Kelts' mine detectives and miner* teat May that caused frdeial troops to be brought here. Seven prtvata coal Company 4a tectlvea. the mayor of tha town and three cittzvna were killed In at roe* firing Which began whan the dete«-t --lyoa triad to arrest Chief of Potloa fid Hatfield of Matewan when he opposed the eviction of mi no ia" Aunt Ilea from their homea. The evictions were not "according to tew- tha oi» era held. poijck rarer rmxcoMi. IN MI RDKR CAKR Bid ifatfleld, chief of peltae of Matewan. t* a principal in the mur der caaa. The hired ruarda aar ha killed ona of tha Felta brother* Hla brother, Ana* HatfleM. wmm a wttneaa to tha atreet battle. He would have been a dnfenee wttnee*, but tha other 4ar "they »ot An*# " Ha Ignored a warnln* aent him by mall to leave Uaa town "damn and den." A do*en or mora other attmaei. for the dafenae ware "marked" men. havint received warning* to leav*. Then Governor John J. Cornwall ordered hi*/own Mate troopa from the field and aaked for federal sol dlera. MACIIIXK OI'NH TO tit'AKl) COI ItTIIOI HR Hatfield and the othora wfTl bo tried hare In Williamson. Soldiers will surround the courthouse Ma chine guna will he mounted on the atepa and guarda will all with rlflae In the courtroom. * There la no disorder hern. There hardly ever la. When a man Wtohee to "gat" a man In tha lllua Itidgv reglun ha doean't make a atroet speech liefore or after, or take a biaaa band with him. He Just wait* for a favorable time and —well, the longer the barrel of a rifle the alralghtar It ehoota and there are bo short-barreled guna bora. Tho It la the old, old struggle here of the right of man to organise, the iMtlle develops along ui.i<ju* linee I nlon meeting* ar* held In sme lonely pocket In the hUte. Tha meet ing la opened with t prater and hymn atngtng. duilng which the hound dogs bay. Woman of 111 Hat Never Had a Doctor HIGHLAND. N. T, Sept. It Mr*. Lydla La Barron, aaid ta be 111 years old, spumed offer* of doc tor*' service* alt ho c«>mpelled by 111 aaaa to remain In bed. tlionds sum moned two phyalclana, but shs would not employ thsm. She lives alone In a little oouag*. raising flow era and vagetablea. -I got along without a doctor all my llfa,- *he said, "so why have one now* I'm pretty old. but I'm aot going to quit thte earth yet." HOLDING RIM TO IT Tatsg KiWmi—f*U norar forgot tho tteo I proposed to you. Miss Malnchanco—. Klghta, oM dearf I don't intend ta tet you for get 11 FRIDAY—Good-bye showings of the altogether different comedy— DOROTHY GISH in "LITTLE MISS REBELLION" * • 9 • • • eee SATURDAY Paramount's Big Saturday Evening Post thriller— •»;- JwSrS^SHTfcS»V wurßDrry^^ u t For the sake of a girl whose dad despises racers, he "swears off" speed cars and goes to boosting trucks—only to get him self and dad arrested! IT'S A STORY THAT GOES LIKE BLUE BLAZES * * # * * * ¥** Christie Comedy—"KlSS ME, CAROLINE" Scenic—"MODEßN CENTAURS" COLISEUM NEWS MALOTTE on the WURLITZER 'WSSrHSSST* TIIE SEATTLE STAR PONZI MANAGER TESTIFIES Murder Now Going Unpunished, Says Malcolm Douglas Trim fha mnmmi h« utappad from tba UonlwuM tnUn W«*hi«art*y ntamlnc. Mtlmlm [nudu proeaadad ta put ftnpr Into hia compnicn for (ha republican nomination tar pro* •cutlnt kMurnay. After davattn* tba 4«y to » awtnr thru—h lha Oouth and of tha mun'y. pmttai laat night rnmiotad hia at urk on tha tilninMittlon of tha In rural on I by •tormina tha nor I h and hill*. whara tn thraa »t>aarh«a roirv m»nrtn« at Mallard and andlnf ba fnra tha WalUnffford rtuh. ha >» ■Mlad tha raoonl of hia opponatit. Kml C Brown, u uiuua.—fui and taafflckaok "It appears that a man ana 4a. Ilbamtrly ahoot anothrr man to teath on tha ntraata of Maattia ml ■» unpuntahrd. ond«r tha pranwit mrlma of In* anfnrramant tn tMa 0 % ' Miss Lucy Meli, covfiden- [ tial sscrstary and office man- , ager to Cfatrles Ponti, some- \ thing-for-nothing money ~ "wisard," is shown in the ' witness' dock at the investi gation which federal official* are making into PonzCs fren zied financial operations. roiinty." aald ttoofflaa aftar oalltnc tha mil of homliMn oaaaa loat during Uia tarro of Ma eppcnanl "Killing a man haa baeoma a popular outdoor a port la Uila com munlty, and tha only eotuwquaor* aaatna to bo thai tha trial* furnlah a group of curioua apaclalura a mau naa actartajammit wtth plenty of thrllla and a happy ending for tha murdarer. Whan a pmaarutlng at tomay loaaa nine murder emmm out of fifteen triad, II la nothing mora nor laaa than a tmvaoty on Juatlco. and It la tima to gat a naw proaacut lag attorney." Today I 'ouglaa la making a trip crrrerlng North Bend. Treaton. High I'otnt. I led mood. Kirktaad. Toll aad IVithaQ. Ha plan* to rat urn tonight In tima to gpaak at tha Rnatoo Hill club hnuaa L. Roy Slater Now Favors Democrats SPOKANE, Sapt. 10. —Roy Hl*tar. Minim chairman of tha pro graaalra party sine* 19! J until It* death, haa "flopped" to Co*. Ha mil carry with blm a lanr* part of tfla Itooanvalt prograaalva »ota. *monntlng In l#li, to lit,ooo. H later today barm] tlia fart that tha aeeret rapulill< an rnuli quota for Hpokana wa* $OO,OOO. Inataad of Uia |Ao,ouo naniwl by Co*. "I arn agninat llAfllni h«raon ha la agulnat ialrfir," Water Mid. €& SECOND/MENUE AND UNIVEHSITY STREET National f Adjustable IDrctt Fonnrns Another aid to simplify fall tewing —Th« National Form is easy to operate, all ad just merit* being made from the outside of the —Our demonstrator will fit the form lining free of charge. Sold on easy term*. —B*wlnjf MirhlM OMUOB, lICOOI Y\&lf Two-Spool Sewiag Mac Him© The Eldredge improvements can, assist greatly in __ the fall sewing I *® W —Without Ota hv Ai a « a «_ eoneanlenca e f utanpjd ijmrlai Ing or ntilttiii Of Fine Printed Percale* towna*. an nary alaa apool of *Uk or —2OO new soft cuff °° tton UirMd " Shirt* beautiful* tail- Vmil ored throughout The pat- turn, enabling 00a to aaw ■ | terns are unusually at- *3l tractive, and the colors «uh a pvtan autn. with are guaranteed fast. Sizes °" 1 «u«w» ent « °< ** "to . —Priced at $3.00 each. -**« °» «»»* •« rtcnw pnow, «nko« —Men t Ration. Straat IHoov tataraat. gearing Macfclaa faction. heoid Floaa Special Price Btisement Surprising Values in a Purchase of Fifty , M©w Fail Co&tts aft' $25000>- —A most extraordinary opportunity just at the opening of the season. —Handsome coats of all-wool kittens' ear velour, made In the newest styles. The tailoring is of a high-grade, and the coats are beautifully lined throughout with fancy silks. In navy, brown and reindeer. Sizes 36 to 46. Ih 4 Purchase of Fifty Skorft Pknsk Coats Exceptional Values at $25.00 aumdl $34.50 —Coats of fine plush, in black, black with beaver trfra mings, and coats of beaver plush: all full lined. Large col- J lars, broad belts and bell cuff sleeves distinguish them. Vr-ry Special at $25.00. ■* ■■ V —Coats of Salts' Peco Plush, full silk lined, plain and wfth '"'lf* Coney collars and deep cuffs. Exceptional val ues at 100 N®w Fall D>ir®ss«s Smart N«w Tgnw? Offered at Three Groups $25.00 $1.95 $2.95 $3.95 —Dresses of all-wool trTcotines, -We have just receded a new shipment of serges and velours. Duplicating attractive tams in the new faJ shades and the styles of the more expensive materials. frocks for this season—showing —Of shirred duvetyn, panne and Lyons vel clever styles in beaded and Hraid- y e *; some in two-tones; some embroidered ed models; also new effects in ' n . floral designs, others with braid and pleated, panel and vestee dresses, stitchings. The colors include navy, brown —ln paradise reds, coyer, pheasant, old and taupe. blue, navy and black, -special rnc« ua.em.at A Special Purchase ©IF * rtMP Just Arrived—On Sale Saturday rSTJ KBBURk I * PlfejA >\l Fabric* Color* Trimmings 11/ ,' Jj J Tulo Clotha Navy Cloth and ABtrachan; Broadcloth* Qariyt I'atch I'ocketa. | Colorado Coal Miners Threatening to Strike MfNVKTt, Ka*<-. 10/—Unlaaa da. mail da for a wa «* Inrraaaa of II »0 a dar an 4 for a workln* airrwnant ara granted. 1,000 bltumlnoua coal rptnera In tha Colorado find* will walk out at tha and of SO <luy*. It waa annoiin»«j today. Thto ytur'» tmpartatlon of rat aad unrut diamond, ia npfdM to rlaa to tha unprarrdrnUd valua of 1100/' 000 000 rntdat, nKPrwttßzn t>. in* St. Mark's Calls Chicago Pastor A (ibmJ partah r*Hr W*T *1" ba tha oncMloe of tha eall to Rev. J. D. McLaughlan °* *>»• Churcb of Our ftavk#ur> Ctilnifi, tfl wjni( M rac4or to St. Mark's Episcopal church. ▲ communion »«rv|r» at II o'clorfc will ba follows br a iwitrtl tnwtln* at I o'rlork and a *uiUl auppor at « »#. A» I matter* will ba tak«n njv. Blab op K. B. Wiajrlor, form or r«rU>% win N> pr*a«nt at tha imaUn*.