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REX First of the New Pictures is here Now EUGENE O'BRIEN ' n r "A Fool and His Money" Lon, Romance and Good Fun in Picturesque Settings I Comedv B I 9 "Should a ■■ 1 gg Husband Tell?" ■■ anaig JTY Ski w •4/ CRAWFORD L WHITE For SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE CP AID ADVERTISEMENT) (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) k" 1 J lipr UNITED STATES SENATOR Wesley L Jones Has an honorable and efficient national leg islative record, covering twenty-two years of service for this state. He is a man of clean life and high ideals. He is a man of fine moral conscience, with real strength of character to back up the principles in which he believes. His splendid ability Has been proved innum erable times. • His standing and influence at the national capita] in behalf of our state is conceded to be great. His long experience and knowledge of our problems fit him more than ever to Herve our state adequately in the future. Believing these qualities and such experience to be needed in one who represents this state before the nation, you will Vote to Renominate Senator Jones AT THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES Tomorrow fPald Advertisement. Paid for by Altnow-Rlnglaton Inc.) FOUR DEAD IN IRON WRECK Scores of Passengers Hurt in Smash DENVER. sept U Wrecking c»twi> today were digging out from beneath tone of earth ami rock the Denver A Rio Grand* passenger train which wu (truck by a land slide near D*hfi|Ut, Colo . early yee tciday. killing the engine crew and two unidentified tramp* anil fatally Injuring another. The engine, mall and bag rage cam were overturned and aro'r*a of pa*«engei-a were slightly Injureil. Reports today from the scene were that the slide m continuing gradually and railway officials fear tt will be a week befor* the track can be cteored. PROBING WIFE'S DEATH IN LAKE Honeymoon Voyage Ends in Tragedy CHICAGO, Sept. 1J Investiga Hon Into the death of Mrs. Anna I Mitchell June*, formerly a New York portrait painter, and wife of John Jones, president of Chicago'* Dill Pickle club, waa being made to da* following her drowning In L*ke Michigan late yeaterday. Jones and hU wife were on their honeymoon when, according to his story, ahe was washed overboard after he had chained her to the craft, a dory. Bureau of Missing Relatives Searching for her son. Joseph Anderson, believed to be mentally deranged from wounds received iq the war. Mrs. Mane Kicks. of Minneapolis. waa In Hewitt* Monday Anderson has a scar on the left side of his face, lie waa wounded la the Antonoe "Thou Shalt Not Steal." waa the text at the Ptlgrttn church, ftroad way and E. Republican St.. Sunday night. Milton Coolidge. 111 l JJihl ave. N. waa much Impra—nd until ha found that a IhMf bad stolen hta ovarcoat and cap from tha cloak room. After many elder* James Wataon sobered early Sunday with a strange watch In his pocket. He asked police to look for tha owiiee and turned It over to Patrolman M. J. Claary. Says Four Sailors Beat, Robbed Him Pour suitors slugged and robbed him of 130 In the Mouth Knd Hal unlav night. I'. 1.. Mct«aan. 1!. soldier, Inld police. Hl* story wai being Investigated Monday while he r«OTfff(l "from the effect* of the slugging. $450 Is Stolen From Jap Grocery ("heck*, totaling |IR«, secreted In a dry pea bin, wire stolen, with "" V' * - • ••' ill • 0 THE SEATTLE STAR Goat Breeders of Northwest Organize Ilrceders of milk goats on Puget urnm.l were permanently organised Into the Northwest Goat nreeitem' aaaoclntlon Sunday. Co-operative buying will be a feature of the organ liaUon. |SflO In rash, by burglars who en tered P. Nagano's grocery at 1101 K.. Jefferson at., ha told police Hun day night. Russian Children Are on Way Home NEW YORK, Sept. IS- Crow! Ing the rail of the steamship Yomel Mam, and lieumlng with amllen as they wa\ed goodbye to. America. 7*o ltu*hlun refugee children sailed from thla port last night on the last lap of their Journey around the world t« their homes In I'etrognid. They were taken to Vladivostok from I'etrogrud In 1(11 by the Amerlran Ited Cnw .They have been In New York «!nce August II British Journalist Here on Trade Trip P. Puma Marshall and Ma) W W. Soden-lrwln, newapiipermen connect ed with Uie Mam-heater GuuPdlnn, Manchester. Eng., are In Seattle In the lntereata of closer trade rela tions Iwtween England, Japan arid the I'nlteil States. Auto Skids; Woman Seriously Hurt Mrs T. M Wood, 41«.', SUth ave S. seriously Injured In an auto accl To Honor New State Legion Commander An Informal reception for Thomas N. Hwale, newly eleited Wutilttfton stnta commander of tha American legion, will be held tills evening at Veterans' hall. In the Armory, by the He.-ittle posts and their women auxiliaries. dent Saturday night, will recover. It was said at the »ity hospital Mon day, l(rr auto, driven by her 14 year-old son, skidded and crashed Into a (irote Itnnkln truck. PAGE 3 They Met in Army Hospital; Married A romance that started In th* army hospital at Cutio I>*wla hag terminated happily with tha triar rlafe. In Ohio, of IJeut John ,T. t»* Man, of Henttle, an.l Mia* UMM JL Collins, t'nlverslty of Washington co-ed, according to word recelvid here. D'Han wag suffering ftom gas and shrapnel at the time he first met Miss Colllna. Ilrltlnli Columbia exi'ii-ted OOOfeet of during tha first six month* of H2O.