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CANDIDATES WILL STATE JAP VIEWS Both Cox and Harding Are Expected to Discuss the Oriental Menace in West SAN FRANCISCO. Sept IS Be fore the end of the week both Sena tor Harding and Governor Co*, op poalng presidential candidatee, will ' be on record on the Japanese quae tlon. it was promised here today. Democratic regional headquarters declared thut Governor Co*, now In Oregon, will begin a study of the Japanese question "M soon aa he eroasea the California atate line." Senator Key tinman, of Nevada, will meet Cox at Klko, Nev.. and ac company the candidate's party to Ban Francisco. On the train Pitt man and Cox. It waa atated. will go deeply into the Japaneee queatlon. On arrival In California Cos will Itorun the issue with other leader*. Including Senator I'heUn, It waa Mated. Senator Harding will outline bis Views with regard to the Japanese question tomorow. when he speaks to the California delegation from his front porch in Marlon. Only IS atatea and tha District of Columbia now keep birth recorda complete an ouch to admit them to the United States birth registration (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) (PAID POR BT QELLATL.Y CAMPAIGN COMMTTTEE> JOHN A. GELLATLY For GOVERNOR The public like* a straightshnoter. John A. Oellatly 1a winning votes by the thousands. Ilia frankness and straight out methods are winning the confidence of the people. He truata to the fair ness and justice of the people, and In this shows real states manship. He Is making hla campaign on the merits of himself, his record, his program. Ho Is not Insulting the public mind by extravagant expenditures and abuse of his opponents. He Is not binding himself to any class or faction. He la. In truth, the can didate of the people, making hla plea directly to the people, and If elected will be a governor of the people. HE CAN AND WILL BE NOMINATED AND EI.ECTKD GELLATLY FOR GOVERNOR CLUB J. R. JCSTICE I.EONARD II! MINK! J. MRS ARTHUR E. PRIEST Committee , AT THE METROPOLITAN THEATRE A SUPREME EVENT IN SEATTLE'S MUSICAL HISTORY The Ladies' Musical Gab has assumed the large guarantee required and announces the engagement of tha SCOTTI GRAND HSOPERA CO. 'CL.3 * ■ pi with Principal Artists—Orchestra and Chorus t ' from the WEmm METROPOLITAN OPERA CO., New York ANTONIO SCOTTI, General Director - Monday, Tuesday, Q AM AA AA 27-28-29 ANTONIO SCOTTI DIRECTION STEERS A (OMAN El AWN CONCERT BIREAU REPERTOIRE MONDAY NIGHT, Sept. 27—"TOSCA" WITH EASTON, SCOTTI. CH AMEER TUESDAY NIGHT, Sept 28—Doable BiII—"L'ORACOLO" and TAGLIACCT WITH PERAL.TA, ROTIIIER. SCOTTI. D'ANGEIjO —-ROSEIJJC, KINGSTON, PICCO . WEDNESDAY NIGHT, Sept. 29—"LA BOHEME" WITH IIARROIJ), SCNDEUtI'S, D'ANGEIjO, ANANIAN. ROSEIJ.E The Scottl Grand Opera Company numbers ovpr one hundred and people, comprising principal artists, rhorus and orchestra selected from the Metropolitan Opera Company, New Tork The scenery has been specially designed and built In the famoua Ateliers of the Metropolitan Opera House, being exact replicas of the productions which delight the musical audiences of New York. No similar enterprise of the size and magnitude of tha Hcottl Grand Opera Company has ever J>een attempted, bringing ss it does to music lovers In the dtles Included in the Itinerary, the opportunity of hearing grand opera aa it la given at the Metropolitan Opera House with some of tha aame stars, and upon the same scale of Metropolitan magnificence. A special train of modern Pullmans will carry this great organization on the tour, embracing the principal cities of the United States and Canada. | MAIL ORDERS NQwl BOX OFFICE SALE OPENS SEPT. 23 AT 10 A. M. MEMBERS RESERVE SEIT. 17 HOW TO SECURE TICKETS BY MAIL Address letters, make checks and postoffice money orders payable to Metropolitan Theatre. Include self-addressed, stamped envelope to insure return. No war tax. PRICES: Lower Boor $5.00 Balcony, First Three Rows $5.00 Remainder of Balcony $4.00 Entire Gallery . . . $3.00 > WARNING!—Th. Ladles' Musical Club announces that speculation in the Grand Opera tlckeU will be prosecuted. Horrors! Kids Speculate in Car Tokens! Horrors' and then some more Hor rors! Seattle echool children are prac ticing methods of high finance that out l*unai INinsi! Charles W. ('hambera. nfffela) eua tixllan of street car tokena of the municipal railway, aaya that chil dren of trnder yea re are apecutat wildly in school faree purchased for them by their parents "l"arenta should watch their chit dren'a tlcketa to eee that they don't •ell thetn at greatly reduced prlcea 111 order to buy ice cream conee and other daintiee." declaimed Chambers Monday. Boy Drowned as He Lay in Bed UJNPON, Sept. IJ Tommy Whitehead fell in a canal near hia home and was taken out uncon ■ciou* l*artially reetored. his friends *ere carrying him home when he beoame fully conscious and walked I herein utuler of the way unaided llelWent to bed and died In a half hour. Coroner saya he had water in his lung* that drowned htm when he lay down. Our forests ara being used tip three times faster than they art growing. „ U'AIP A OVERTIMING »HtK I OH K. J. t HAMIALL tot fMIMUt Has mad* good in *ll Hum. leputy sheriff. constable and po re service Tlte uoljr veteran tn Ihe srrvu-s. Belgium Accepts French Alliance TAKIH. Sept. 11—The Belgian today notified the Krwifh foreign office that the Franco B*l gtan mlllliiry alliance had been off daily accepted by Belgium, and WU effective Immediately, Willi# the brmi of Jhe Franc© Belgian alliance have never been made public, they ara supposed to! provide for both a defensive and offenslvs agreement whereby Bel Slum would Immediately >otn France! If (he latter went to war. If aurh term* were accepted. Belgian "net! trality" violation of which by Oer many mimed tJieat Britain to enter the world war— would be abolished and Oermany would have a legal right to Invade Belgium In out of another war with France Severe storma have worn (town the 4.000-foot pier at Kl Hcgundo. Cat, to a length of 100 feet. (PAID AMI SPEAR "Passes the Buck" Ex-Service Man Ousted by Political Ring in Auditor's Office M> B A. Turner, betas first duly sworn, on oath depones and aaya: I am an <i •rnrto* man, having servrd fifteen months with the I'llt «l Slates mine laying (orrat op*rat In* in fMTlfa waters | was am ployed In the County Auditor a office in October, Itlt. and waa In such am ploy on July I st. 1150 on aaKl itata I waa requested by O. M Spear to take a vacation, upon my return. lb* Au ditor called me into hla private office and told m* that on account of de pleted county funds, he would hava to let m« out. I told him that If ha fired me, It would be neceanary to put soma ona elae In my ptaca, aa the work had to ba done Tha Auditor than stated. ""We hare (rotten rid of Perffusen (meaning Mr !> K. F»rgu sonK and your turn la nest In do not fit In with ua and are opposing my chisf deputy." I told tha Auditor that no matter what eiruses ha gave, hla real reason for firing ma waa that I would not support hla chief deputy for the nomination for tha offloa, and that Hpear had trM to run me out of tha ofOc* before, which ha did not deny. B. A. TURNER. Subscribed and sworn to before me thta 11th day of September. UN. JOSEPH It AIJtXANDER. Notary Public in and for tha State of Washington, Healdtag at Seattle THE SEATTLE STAR Good News | Sugar Prim Point Again | HAN mANCISCrt, Sept. 11—Hu car price* went down again today. Tha California Hawaiian Hugar company announced a reduction of |1 p«r 100 pounda In the wholeanle prloa, which thua became $l7. The retail prtca wan expected to drop I con I a par pound within a few Uaya. Thief Tell» on Thief; U Pinched PARTR. Sept 1* Marie Vltrler atole I* <>»o from an Amarlcan tour lat. Rhe and bar aweeiheart bought a runabout and had a good time on the boulevard* Homebody atole tha Seattle's Leading Dentist I w <mn«i MBn my MMtra tta»a ta my dental practfce I make ■nKJ •l| exaixiinailona and HpSl I xgneee each caaa. aa V wall aa aa an extract- Ing bam 11 tha bttm of » a. m and t p. m My aftVaa ha*» be*, eatabllahed for mort than « quarter af century. *nd under paraonal management ...... IMI. I do not compete with *hmn. tranatant. ad vervain* dentlata. My prkiaa ara tha low eat eon* alatent with ftr.l r|a„ work. EDWIN 4. BROU N, U. D. t MaatUa . ltaaUrt 1M OteUaM, rhm the dwtar mti "oli?« •U" be MM. ImfctuA Pompeian Olive Oil (PAID ADVERTISING) VOTE FOR COHAN! % t AIM '♦* S C# nps >* * Conceded to be the best fitted man for governor. His nomination assures republican success in November. Independent of any clique or special interest. Being a successful business man, he will place the state's affairs on an efficient and economical business basis and thus reduce taxation. / , Vote for Edwin T. Coman for governor. Republican Primaries—Tuesday 0 S I • # 4 (Paid for by E. E. Flood and F. M. Goodwin) Bad News: J Eggs Up 2 Cent*. | (living way to tha Innreaalng firm neaa of tha pant week. «•««« roaa 2 cenla a doaen In the whole*al« mar ket Monday. lUtnch raa* are now on a par with % pound of butter, at •« rent* a doaen. I'ullata ara quoted at M cenla. automoblla. Marie complained tc the copa Indignantly. Then they pinched her for theft of tha money We set the pace In Pain less Extraction. We ex tract your teeth in the morning, and give you your plates the same day. We do all kinds of 'Dental Work at most reasonable prices. Estimates free. All work guaranteed 15 years. United Dentists €OB Third Avenue Chinese Bank to Be Opened in New York NF.W VIIHK, Hept. 11 I'hlnw realdanta «f New Vork will aoon be abla to |l«t thrlr checka ttmnhed on the atiength of their own algnu lure* without having ~tn<iulalltv« biuik cl<Tk« annoying them with <|ueatlona >« to what It I* all about An the reault of a vlall here of prominent t'htneae bankers and bua Ineaa men arrangementa ha»a lx.-n ina/to for the opening of a branch of tha Canton Hank, IJ6. An »he world'* a Mage. and fo the tramp la naalirtied n wnlklng part. (I'aid for by K J. l axlcj) 60RD0N FOR SHERIFF i • * H" m ■ pi . of winrt It* win clean oik Ha baa nrrer been Indicted. Ua la Amarlcan born. • Hla racord la clean. * Ha la Judga Gordon'* brother. The Judge haa made good. So will Frank T. \ Ray. dad. lat'a Tola for Gordon. i for Special Price Basement /■a LJ | 7* aesday Plush Coats * f A Sale at $25.00 % Offering a Saving of $7.50 to $lO.OO —Extraordinary values in thirty-five Sample Coats. —Full length Coats of rich plush with collar, cuffs and band of black wolf fur. —Short Plush Coats of finest beaver plush, with or without black plush trim mings, and Short Plush Coats of all-black plush. —Short Plush Coats with" large shawl collars, cuffs and nine-inch border around the bottom, of kit Coney fur. —Three-quarter lengrth Plush Coats,. with large shawl collar, cuffs and border of black wolf fur. p™. EMemMt . A Special Shipment Just in New Georgette Waists at $3.95 —Eight newest autumn models in Blouses and V* Overblouses. • Y V-y\ —Beaded, tucked, em- n-\ broidered and lace trimmed styles. New Sb&r ) neck and collar treat mentt. Colors Flesh, (/SklT\. Copenhagen, White, W * Navy, Garnet, Brown, Taupe, Rose, Gold, Tur quoise and Black. Bat>rfneßt (PAID AI) VERT! BEMKNT) Jl WHY GORDON 3 ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE OP WASHINGTON V . • GEORGE D. CONGER ■ Stair Sujvrrlntrndrtit fl 411* Arcade BolkUn*. Sraltle ■ • September 1, 1920. 1 To Friends of Law Enforcement: 1 The Anti-Saloon I„edfcue is making a strong effort to 1 secure enforcement of the liquor laws in King County. Results from the Sheriff's office have not been satisfac- 1 tory, and we believe it is explained by the fact that for J many years that office has been controlled by a few men— I a deputy succeeding the sheriff and then Hack to the sheriff a or his predecessor—an arbitrary rotation resulting in the l| office being held for fourteen years by four men, with fewC 1 changes in the force, and apparently no change in policy. vJJ We are convinced the situation demands radical and w sweeping changes. r After careful investigation of the history, connections and 1| character of FRANK T. GORDON, and explicit and full un deistanding with him, we believe MR. GORDON to be the T most available candidate to make such changes and bring Jj atwut satisfactory results. ■ With no other object than to secure enforcement of the ■ laws, particularly the liquor laws, we earnestly urge thibfl support of FRANK T. GORDON for Sheriff at the PrimarjH "T and at the Election. t J GEO. D. CONGER, State Superintendent. 'Jfl (I'nld for by Cordon Campaign CominHltf) U STAR JVANT ADS BRING RESULTS I MONDAY. RKrTEMHr.R 1». !»?•.