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WJOKE >IS SPRUNG FOR BROWN Douglas So Brands Eleventh Hour "Prohibition" Rec ord of Prosecutor Speaking before the Women'* King County Republican club Mon •lay noon, Malcolm Ikiuglas candi date for the republican nomination tor prosecuting attorney, sumnuii laed hla case against the prevent Incumbent of th»t office and pre aentrd the reason* Upon which he bases hla bid for the nomination. "King county need* a new pro** outing attorney. In my arraign ment of the admlnlatration of the present Incumbent, made day by day during tha pa«t month, I have brought charge after charge agnln*t Mr. Brown that he ha* failed to answer. , "I have charged that during hi* •ntlre term of office he ha* per aonally tried only one Important Mae, and that he loat that on*. "I hav* charged that he haa spent the public fund* in large amount* without beneficial result to the poo pie of the county KM'MF.KATK* VAKIOI S FAII.I KKS OK BROWN "1 have charged that he *o woe fully larked the confidence of the public and of the Judge* on the banch at the time of the courthouse liquor scandal. that he would not have been permitted to handle the (rand Jury Investigation even had he dared suggest It, and that for this reason It waa placed In the hands of an outalde lawyer. "I have charged that he haa start •d too many prosecution* and fin ished too few; that the moat import ant of his caaes have been loat. "I have charged that hla office haa lost nine murder ca*e* out of fifteen which were tried. "I have charged that hla ratio (f fhllure In the county city build lag boose caaes waa II to 1; hla ratio of failure In the anarchy case* waa t7 to •. AS DRY CHAMPION jnrt* A "JOKE" P*Td Done of these charge* haa r. Brown given a satisfactory answer. He himself la now the de fendant before the bar of the peo ph, and I predict that the verdict of the voters will be 'guilty as •barged" "The eleventh hour attempt to hold up Mr. Brown as the cham pkin of prohibition Is a huge Joke to anyone acquainted with the con dltkm* In this community. "If I am elected prosecuting at- (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) fRUd for by Strang A Prosaer) Get the Schools Out of Politics! Vote For Elizabeth JONES MRS. ELIZABETH JONES Republican Candidate for BUt« BuperinUndrnt of Public Instruction. Tw*nty-H*ht auc(V**ful y*ara in 'durational w-.»rk fita Mra Jon** for the office of Htate Superintendent of Public Inatruc tlon. If elected Mra. Jon** will take th# achoola out of partisan poll tira and devote her *nerijy to building up an educational aya tem. rather than ualng th* »ax payera' time and money traveling around th* rountry. Bh»* will b* wntrhful of achr»ot fund* and a#e that they ar* ex pended aa the legialature and the peopi« int'-nd. So favoritism be tween a'-ctlona of the atate will be ahown A a teacher, rountr auperintrnd ent of arhoo!* und organizer '>t b">a and icirla' club* for the Y>*>- »artm*nt of Afrleulttir«, Mra Done* haa had th* required execu tive experience and ha* proven her ability In work. Voir for Mra. Jompw Amd Be of Tmf Ame r lean lam In the A SQUARE DEAL FOR Matt STARWICH 18 years of faithful and courageous service to the citizens of King county should be rewarded STARWICH is the best Deputy sheriff King County ever had, and should be given the title of Sheriff, that he may without interference place the office on an efficient basis. Give Starwich a free hand to enforce all the Laws without regard to persons and without compromise. Starwich will co-operate with the city administration to the utmost in the interest of law enforcement. A rigid enforcement of all the laws and an economical and efficient administration assured if you PROMOTE STARWICH SHERIFF I'AID ADVERTISEMENT Pedestrians IPI Hit by Autos flKfl This Year IVI Edward Holllngaworth. 1714 Horen av« H waa recovering Mon day from cuta on the head re <eived when tie viu knocked to t lis pavement Sunday noon at Second ave. and James at by an auto driven by lUy Kaylor, 1:18 W. 67th at. Pedestrians |PP Hit by i4ufo;AKK This Year "WW Chris Sorenaon, •!. had nenrly Monday from brutoes received whan he wun knocked down at i:th M\r s and Jiukaon at. Saturday night by an onto driven by an unidentified driver. torney I do not expect to reform the whole world, but I do exi>eol to reform that particular corner of It now occupied by Mr Brown I ■hall go Into office unhampered by any engagement* political or other alse. absolutely free of prejudice* and with the sinrere desire to he a friend to all the world. The only promise* I have made have been made to the public. "Every maji will get an even break In my office and In all that I do I will ahoot aquare. I shall make the prosecuting attorney'* of floe a real law office instead of a lounging room. "And you can depend on thl*: No outside party will ever dictate the policy of the office while I am prosecuting attorney." sr.\rn>: pkopijc will rk ASKKII to help entertain the hun dreds of delegates who will attend the Irrigation and Pevelopmeal con greas. to beheld on the university campus Thursday and Friday. What Is believed to be the largest and heavleat ateer In exiatence, weighing S.&00 pounds, la on a farm at Clinton, Ontario. (PAID ADVERTISEMENT PAID FOR BT WALTER a PULTON) tOne kinM ami ninety mrnv km of the Ktnc logiity Bar have joUmt in U» following Ufc dortemmt of »>rd C. Brown for ProaeruUng AHuriwy: "\N r the iwtnlnwd. imiAoi of lh> kill profession of Ktnc (nuntf, familiar with (he pool nrk and ammpUshment* of Ui» offltt of Prw niUnc AlUrwj Frwl C. Brown, tho pramt Itv r«nbf«t, do hiartllr Um hi* nndUkrr far r> Hwilta •Tho prwnl personnel of the office la of • »limtard if i iltn of (bo highest praW. who* tho >4whifci»ntiow of tho A v« «■»«■■* ha* shown * consistent regard toward ecwoamy wit boot Impairing Ua ef fMtatf. "FV*d C. Brwwn b mUtWd to (ha tndnnnmwU of (bo |M 4 rithrna of King Oanntr aad rfwnM bo wo nwwdid by rwilitOiii to tho oCtoo tm Dow hokb." Samuel If. Ptlaa. forcnar Cnlted States Senator, H. E Itadley, former Chief Justice. Supreme Court; C It. Han ford. former United States I>U trtct Judge; W. B. Stratton. former Attorney General, William E. Me- Clura, Colonel Third Regiment, Washington National Guard. Marlon Edward*, former President Kins County Rar Association; Edward Von Tobel; Charles K. Poe; Jaraea A. Haight, former AasUtant Attorney General. Arthur E. Griffin, former Superior Judge. King County; II A. P Myers. former Buporior Judge. King County; William R. Rell. former Superior Judge. King County; Fred R. Rurrh. Charle* F Munday. Ms) E. 8. Hartley. overseas veteran, late war; Walter S Fulton, former Proa K-utlng Attorney. King County; E B. Palmer, former Btata Senator. King County; Stephen V. Carey, former Assistant Attorney General; George W Korte, I. R Knickerbocker, former State Senator. King Coun ty; James Klefer. 8. If. Kelleran, former Assistant Attorney General; Howard M. Flndley, chairman State Board lUr Eaamlners; J II Kane. J. M Dockerby, V. H. Faben, former Deputy Prosecuting Attorney. King County; John B Van Dyke, John B. Hart, former Ttepiity Prosecuting Attorney. King County; Ivan L Hytand. William A. Gllmora, former Mayor of Nome. Alaska; Fred H. Peterson. George K. Tennant. lieuten ant, overseas veteran, lata war; M. If. Ingersoll, former I>eputy Prose cuting Attorney. King County; W F. Van Ruff, former City Attorney. Seattle; E. B. Herald, former Deputy Prosecuting Attorney. King County; Maj A. H. Beebe, Third Regiment. Washington National Guard. Ira Rronaon, William Hnieggerhoff. W Harris. Clayton Aldridge, Clarence R. Anderson, Willis R. Herr. Thorwald Siegfried. W H Reatty, Dudley G. Wooten. Ida Johnson. Anna Taylor, Emll J Brandt, Howard M Hall. I-orenxo M. Cobh, C. R. W. Raymond. Ale* Stewart. C. A. K. Anderson. Paul Carrtgan. J. 8. Robinson, John F. Reed. Eugene A. Chllde, D. V. H.-ilverstadt, Carl E. Croaon. F. W. Crary. H. E. Corhett, T. D. Rockwell, E. P. Edsen. I'earl Johnson, Alexander Wakefield. Henry Gulllksen, Thomas Ryron MacMahon. E. L. Rlnehart. E T Schoff. M. Cameron. W. E. Heidinger, C. If. Farrell. W K. Smiley, Walter Sliaffner, lien S Ohnirk. J. E. Peterson. C. C. Curtis, Herchmer Johnston. R E llllbert. Melville Monhelmer. L. A. Mlchclaon. W W. Montgomery. C. H Stew art. John A. Soule, J. H. Stewart. E. H. E. P. Donnelly, J. F Knight. Offell H. Johnson. Jay C. Allen. James R. Gates. James D. Glvnan, Henry W. Lung. Oscar J. Hanson. H R Rutler, Peter A. Mc- Donald. John F. Do re, A. A. Kenaea. J. L Finch. W. H. Cook. J. L Fltipatrlck. P. V. Davis. J. M Palmer, O. V. !<aiihe, George Splrk. George Olson. Glenn C. Beechler. Otto B. Bupp. Arthur C. Rannon. H. S. Frye, N. S. Peterson. C. A. Riddle, It, J. Roryer. Paul 8. Duhuar, George H. Revel le, C. H Steffen. Albert D. Martin. Ixiuls Aaron, Ale* Dirklnaon, H. A. Martin. Erven H. Palmer, George H. Rummeni, R. L. Rlewett. Henry Clay Atmew. Israel Nelson. Karl H. Kober, J. P. Rail, J. H. Templet on, Albert George. Oliver Hulbark, Frank E Kuhn. Frank A Noble. T. L. Crowder, Thomas H. Rain. John P. Fay, Edward Judd. R. J. Mraklm. Edward R. Taylor. Atfred Hodgson, H D Moore. 1,. H. Wheeler, Harry E. Robinson. R. B Moeer, George H. King, Jack Sommer, Arnold 1,. Graves, Matthew W. Hill, Frank B. Wlestllng, E. E. Shields. Robe.t D. Hamlin, M. 8 Shipley. Will H. Morris. Tom Aldnrson, Aubrey I-evy, Fred H Dor*. R T. Woods. Jr., William Martin, George C. Meade, Edward C. Kricte, John P. Gallagher. J Kallnn, Joslnh Thomas. W. S. Osborn, O. Ward Kemp, Herbert E Snook. T M Royce, W. M Wll* llams. William I'helps Totten. H. F. Moore, John T. Casey, o. E Kauter, J. I>. Rivers. Thomas J. Casey. H. W, Powell. W. G. McLaren, P. I. Runi;el, J. Malzger, C. B. Andrews, Ix>t Davis, G. E. Stelner. E. K. Simp son, P 8 Elliott. Thoma* M. Askreo. Judaon F. Falknor, Spencer Gray, C. A, Holtz, Louis C. Oatrew. Scoufs Hike 3,537 Miles Cross Nation Having traveled 1,1117 mill" *lm-e July It, Kdmond tluldlca, 17. and Norman 1 tainxberger, It. are In Seattle on a hike from New York city to the Pacific coast and re turn. Both are member* of troop At, Hoy Scout* of New York. The two Iwiy* have miuln their way across the country by alter natrly hiking and riding, stopping < • raaion.tlly lo work for a week or two In order lo replenish their pocketbooka. They had rotten aa fur a* Paven- Tort, In EaMern Wuhlnttnn, ln*t wi-fk when they were picked up by William J. Coyle, candidate fur lieutenant governor, and hla party, and were brought to Seattle In the official campaign auto. The two scouts plan to work at the new atadlum for a few weeka before continuing their Journey to Snn Francisco and I.oa Angeles, whence they will hit the old Santa Fe trail for home. Record Exchange Founds Shops Here "New tune* for old." la the latest version of the old talea. The Pacific Coaat Record El change ha* eatahllahed a chain of ahop* on the coast, where they have collected more than 10,000 old and new phonograph reconla and mualc roll* to sell and exchange A main office at 701 Pike at. I* •upplemented by» a stall at the Pike at market, where old record* ran he exchanged for the lateat popular tunea and unlimited selection allowed the customer. NEW YORK.—rollc* chop doom and raid opium den In view of throne of Chinatown ulihtmn. Crying Sablea and good Intentions are not alwaya carried out. THE SEATTLE STAR Can't Boost Wage* of Navy Yard Employes WAHHINOTON, Bept. IS Hrrriv tary of the Navy Daniels today aald lha navy department cannot grant more money to navy yard employee unions the forces are reduced. He admitted under the award recently made the machlnlata will get less than formerly, but aald thay will work ahnrter hours. A delegation of dlaaatlafled ma- I Hoticy to Pitroai B I THE SEATTLE R ■ BASEBALL CLBB I I for I r«-served •,«(* h>l<t ov«r from ■ I lha | >. I I I il tha I I offl.ra 1117 A r %.U kld|.| or I H I Iu kttf ■ • han«rd. thus <>i«l lug •nnnv4it(» and confusion B ih» park H Tom Dobson In seeking re-election as County Commissioner for the Third District I am standing squarely on my record and feel that I owe no apology for any act of mine during my first term of office. Everything I have done as your County Commissioner is of public record, and I will welcome the closest and most careful investigation of each and every part of my admin istration. To say that I have pleased every one would not be true, as it would not be possible to do so, but I can truthfully say to every man and woman in my district that I have tried to do the most good I could, not for any particular section of the Third District, but for the whole District and King County at large. During my former campaign I promised the people. If elected, I would endeavor to give them a pro gressive. efficient and economical adm In la t ration, and I have done eo. With the knowledge acquired dur ing my first term I am better able to eerve you during the next four years, and can promise even better results I know how roads and bridges should be built, end with the modern equipment acquired will be able to give you more and better const ruo tlon Improvements for less money than haa ever been accomplished before. This statement can he amply ver ified by work done during this year. My ambition la to serve you hon eetly snd efflclenUy snd get vslue received for every dollar of your money expended I have Incurred the enmity of several former useless employes whom I cut off the pay roll and who are now looking for revenge during this campaign. It will be my policy during the next four years to see that no sur plua help Is carried on my pay rolls, and aee that those carried on the pay rolls earn every cent they get from King County. My policy will be a fair day's work for a fair day's pay. Ths county bualneas should not be any different than a private business concern. The preeerit Hoard are a vnK In seeking a way to relieve the tax payers of King County from the present high tag rate, and I pledge myself to see that my end of the levy Is materially reduced. The County Commissioners are In no (Paid Ad*»rtt»»m»nt) (Paid for br Btran* * IToaaar) ARCHIE B. COON for Sheriff Archie Coon will clean out the dives and pest holes that in- I fest the peaceful rural communities of King County. V No disgraceful booze scandals involving the sheriffs office, no special deputies work ing under the keepers of disreputable dance halls and bootlegging joints if Coon is'elected sheriff. No special deputies to > keep order among thugs and gunmen who frequent the all-night dances, encouraged and protected under the present rule. No special deputies to give up their lives in protecting indecent, unlawful places of as semblage. Youths not yet in their teens and young girls, who are the prey of the jointist, will be protected against the dangers and pitfalls that now line the highways and byways. Archie Coon —experienced, qualified, clean —will give King County an orderly business administration at a big reduction in cost below the present wasteful system. He will replace the political machine now used to perpetuate the "ring" in office with a staff of competent, trustworthy, humane depu ties and matrons, making our jails sanitary and humane institutions. Archie B. Coon Will Clean Up the Sheriff*» Office, and Lower Your Taxes in Doing It. nhlnlats was to call on I>anl«la today to protest against the award. Ann flu remedies, |: 01. Herb Medicine Mf« Co, p. o. Ho* ttl, Seattle. (Taid Advertlaemtnt) RE-ELECT JAMKH M. LAMBERT CINSTABLE (I-AID AI'VKHTIMKMKNT) way responsible for the high taxes, as the following figures will show: The J»fo levy of T1 4B mills was divided as follows: Klate, »SI mills; county, IB IS mills; city. S3 20 mills; schools. 1S.&0 mills. Thsre was no B*ort Commission last year Of the 71 4» mills levy. 8311 mills were needed for local purposes We have the city, the school board and the Tort Commission snd the state and the various district school boards These branches are re sponsible for the high rata of taxa tion. It Is an easy matter for office seekers to tell you they will reduce taxes If they are elected County Commissioner, and that they will cut the budget In two; but they do not tell you how H can he done erlthout Impairing the service the people demand and must have The pres ent Hoard have worked harmo nlously for your Interests during their present terms and you are assured the same efficient, consclen tlous snd honest administration of your County business If Mr. ItAmsay and myself are reelected. It la gen erally recognised that the present Hoard of County Commissioners la the beet that King County has ever had. and I am pleased to aay the first Hoard of County Commission ers who have worked harmoniously for ths best Interests, not only for their own district, but for the County at large on a just and eqult able basts. I desire to thank yon for your past support and will appreciate your further assistance snd rote on September 14 snd November I. Hmall h'fd of blah rlaaa Milch (loata for sale at a bit bargain. Writ# Dr. l>ouxhney Hamtarlum. Klrkland, Wash.. or phone Ited ssa. >. •j f illillljliliiji Hi 111 jjj HiHI fl] fiiffiMllilli ii Mllll ijjffiiillll j. 2 Paid Advertisement—i'ald for by Strang & Frosser. P/j I HARTLEY I Stands for a cause which will guarantee to every citken of 5 the State of Washington sound M i business government, based 5 upon the great principle of a | Square Deal to all of the peo- ' y 2 | pie of the state. He is opposed /f 3 ItoI.W. W. ism, Nonpartisan ? Leagueism and Socialism, and 5 guarantees to all citizens full 8 protection of their personal | and property rights. 2 Under political management taxes in the state of 5 Washingrton have increased by leaps and bounds, until $ they have almost reached the point of confiscation. The g state of Washingrton needs the services of a trained and S successful business executive; a man for Governor free | from political obligations, who will place the 5 ments of state government on a business basis. | HARTLEY WILL HENCE TAXES I How— 1 By giving to the state of Washington the same ability, $ energy and effort that has made a success of the private $ business enterprises under his management His plat- ? form is sound, constructive and sensible. Plead what he g says on this subject in his platform: 5 TnbiSr business mta* be from poOttral manlpnlailon, and I ± IlMp my time, effort and energy to the conduct of the buslarsi of Om r Slate of Washington. 5 "I far or the rnnanlHartaM of wrim (tela bowdi ttl tfcndd to tB» J half wMi* sad dapUralkn of wofh. and to Out end will personally make ± • bnalneaa survey of the various IqwrtnMli of lUto government la the 3 same maimer that I would tore*the bmtnnae ot » pririto enterprise S if selected to manage lie affair*. „ ± *1 adoption at a budget »jtt— l tor orery fc»att»tl of atoto ± "IV are canM to i dollar's werth of auto far «ray dollar O of public money expended." ± HARTLEY IS FOR AMERICAN LABOR In defining his position on the labor question Colonel 1 Hartley says: | "American labor moat not be reqnlred to nati the km alaiiaii tot X Brine undrr which the alien caa proaprr. America's p«mriae has btm £ because of the caoiinoad advawaMl of our stswlarfh of llrtav, labor o and education." ± Let the menage go forth next Tuesday that Wash• jjj ington has chosen a trained business man for gov* 5 ernor—not a professional politician—and all thai has 3 m been said and written detrimental to the Evergreen | | . State will have been retracted. 3 VOTE FOR HARTLEY I AND SOUND GOVERNMENT I (Paid Advertisement) Johnß.Orton JOHN B ORTON Treasurer Candidate for Stat* Traaaurar Abardaan, Waahlngtoa Orton is not the candidate of any clique of city bankers. Orton is safe and conservative and will serve all the peo ple well. Vote for Orton for state treasurer tomorrow. IIKMtM ItATH VOTF.WSI Ton should seriously <-onslder KI»WIN J BROWN for I'ltoHK.- I TIMI ATTOIINKY and Wll,- UAM It HIIVKUIfSH for *HKR- Ib'f. King County needs these two men They ran win In lha final* (i'ald for by K. M. 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