Newspaper Page Text
WKnNBWTUT. BMM'EMBKR It, tm.
ILS. OPENS RATE WAR Oil DRUGS Nation's Medicos Study Plan to Undersell Dope Peddler BY r.UX N. Wn*ON HAN FRANCISCO. Sept. M/ Aroused by the apread of the nar cotic drug evil, tha United States government may launch cut rate 1 competition warfare with tha drug poddler. Aa the reautt of action taken here by tha American Public llealt'i asao elation, composed of public health Officer* and physicians. the entire atate and federal machinery for deal btg with the narcotic drug trade and addiction may he revolutionised. dinkask victims, not LAW BRKAKKK.S Should tha plan suggested by •any. Including Dr. Hugh 8. Cum Wings, surgeon-general at the United public health eenrlcr; Dr. C | B. Tarry, physician of New York, •nd Dr. E. 8. Itlahop. author of "The Karcotic Drug l»r«blem." ba adopt ad. the user of morphine and other *rug» will no longer be treated aa a: law-breaker but aa the victim of dla A committee haa been appointed by the aaaoclatlon to tnveetlgate the —imitlc question and report at the t Mxt meeting, when recommenda ttbna will be made to the govern-: Want for legislative action. : Under the plan aa suggested. the V Marat government aa wall aa atate , gavti amenta will enter Into direct MtnpetKlon with the drug peddler, and by underselling him. drive him •art of bualneaa. Addlcta wtU be tak an Into tha confidence of medical Officials and given proper and sym pathetic treatment without diagrace or mental suffering They will be aonaidered subjects for insdlcal not . police action. Rk At the same time tha genera] pub- Sa thru a nation-wide publicity pro la to be educated to under that the drug habit la not con to nor even chiefly practiced HP the underworld: that the narcotic ■Mlct la not neceaaarlly an undeolr able but that hla condition la usually the result of extreme physical pain ar carelessness of a physician. Advocates of the plan compare tha futility of fighting the drug peddler With the fight made by Internal reve nue Officers against -moonahlnlng." They point to the fact that "moon fcblnlng" haa never been eradicated •nd that U la estimated there are MM "moonahlnera" now to one be fore prohibition. It la aqually impoostble. they stats, to eradicate the drug traffic by leg Mattoa and force. Tha only way ia to meet him in direct oompetition •nd eliminate hla profit. It will not do. tbey date, stmpty Is compel ersry drug user to regis ter. This only dilvea tha unfortu SKAGIT BAY LANDS Having purchased some 12,000 acres are only about 500 tracts of 15 acres showing the relative location of this 1 of rich tide flats at Skagit Bay, about each, it will be necessary for intending land, and make arrangements to go | eight miles south of Mount Vernon, the purchasers to make their examination and see the land. Don't miss this last | County Seat of Skagit County, we are at once and buy whatever amount they great chance to buy a tract of land | going to sell 7,500 acres of same in any wish to purchase. that will make you independent | sized tracts, from 15 acres up, at $20.00 Think of it, sub-irrigated land, level, • Think of it! Land right at sea level; is per acre, on terms of $5.00 per acre free from stumps, stones or brush at fanned by the gentle sea breezes. gg cash, $5.00 per acre in 90 days, the bal- this price, right adjoining lands that Level, rich alluvial soil, the deposit of || ance on or before five years at 6 per are producing $2,000.00 per acre for a ages, washed down and deposited by j|j cent, with a cash discount of $l.OO per single crop of cabbage seed. Lands the great Skagit River. Yours, if you Hi acre for all cash at time of purchase. that raise 125 to 150 bushels of oats per will only embrace this great oppor- 18 Abstract of title on file in our office, acre, 50 to 75 bushels of wheat, 5 tons tunity. Write for particulars. H you || showing title perfect, open to inspec- of timothy and clover hay, 400 sacks of cannokcome to the office we will have j|j tion to all purchasers. When this land onions, 400 bushels of potatoes, 100 one of our gentlemanly salesmen call Is is all sold a title under the Torrence bushels of corn per acre and yours at and explain our offerings. Send in the II Law will be issued to all purchasers at the above price and on easy terms. You coupon for literature. Your chance is |j our expense, thus giving you the best will miss it if you miss this chance. now. Will you accept it? It is up to you. title to be procured anywhere. As there Come to our office and ses our painting Act now. Tomorrow never comes. f§§] ______ I FREE INFORMATION COUPON H SPA mo ££SaAvem*. Office Open Evenings | Seattle, Wash. (39 Gentlemen: Without obligating me, please send me A WJT sS! full particulars regarding Skagit Bay Lands. I Name Address *************** l PUr 1220 SECOND AVE., NEAR SAVOY HOTEL I ■— —OR— pf Miller & M&ndle, 81 Front Street, Bremerton, Wash. | Actress Drug Victim Buried in California RAM FRANCISCO, Sept. 11- Marvaret Shlelda. of I*hlla<lelphk». driven to dnip by a blaated i» ■nance and to tha grave hjr drugs, had her la*t wl»h answemd. She wiui not burled In tha pot ter's field. Instead, bar body wax carried to tha cemetery In a flower-atrewn casket and lowere<t Into tha grave arhlla a acora of local staire folk Html with bared heada. Tat, none of there who made tha pilgrimage to tha cemetery hatl known tha Ctrl In Ufa. Tha funeral waa made possible by lha Actor** fund of New York, when It waa found that Mlae Shields onca aang and danced In the Canary Cottage company. "Whfn ao much klndnaaa la to be found among thoee whoae oocupa tlnn makes atl their relatlona tran ■lent and temporary, thera la faith and hopa tn humankind. - aald tha Rev. h"ather UcQutiilt, aa ha pro nounced tha last rttea over the ailent figure that onca had bean r*y. Former Seattle Man Dies in Belgrade Tha body of MaJ. R R. Matheany. former Seattle real estate broker, and later an officer of the American Red Cross In 1-"ranee and Jugo Slavla, will be buried In the family cemetery plot at Lima. Ok MaJ. Matheany died In Belgrade, August St. of malarial ra ver. He la survived by his widow. Mr*. Elizabeth Metheany. sT*o SSth are. N. K. and a eon. Benjamin Me Lheany, Jr, of San Kranclaco. Shellac la tha product of an tnaort that feeda on tha aap of treea nates to the underworld market, making poaaibla blackmail againat thoaa posarasing wealth. UIMN IN r. 8. MHO I SKRM? Itetwean ona and a half and four million people In tha United Slatea ara drug addlcta, according to fig urea quoted at tha aaaoclatlon'a con vention. Contrary to popular opin ion. this number la not being In creased appreciably from the ranka of Intoxicant users, who do not take readily to drugs. Mo great ara tha profits now being made from narootlen. aay public health officials, that rrtminala of all Claaaea ara taking it up. Safe crack era and second story men are find Ing "dope peddling" mora remuner ative and much aafer. Toung boys and glrla by tha thou sands ara falling vtctlma to tha pod dtera, and It la thaaa new vtctlma who would be saved by eliminating the Illegal trafficker. When proper legislative action haa been taken, and the public educated to rscognlsa tbe narcotic user as vic tim of a dread dliww. aays Dr. Tarry, preaent police methods will be don* away with. Drug uaara will no longer be thrown Into prison where they suffer tortures and often die, but wIU be riven the constderat* and human* treatment accorded victims at other recocnlsed afflictions. WILD BUFFALO HERD IS FOUND Explorer Discover Bison in North Canada WTNTmKXX Man, Sept. B. —T. 11. Kltto, an explorer for the natural rMourrw Intelligence branch of tlie deportment of the Interior. la en rmil* to Ottawa, where he will re port Ma discovery of wild N«m which. ha aaya. hare been roaming In the Uarkmil* rtnr twain country. Kltto said ha had received report* of another herd farther north. Tha herda were aald to total over 1.000 buffalo and ara supposed to lie tha hurt heirla of thaaa anloiaia on Uia North American continent. HE'D 6IVE THEM MORE LATITUDE Ramsey Would Have Com missioners Run County Tha only thing euggeated tn a po litical apeech given Tuesday after noon by Claude C. Ramaay. county r-ommisaloner. before tha Municipal league waa that the powers of the commiaalotiers should l» enlarged to such a degree that the commission era be en«bl«d to run tha entire county. t'ommlsalon form of government. he called It 11a declared there waa too much money expended by tha prea ant methods of county administra tion. and suggested the rommlaalon he clothed with the power to appoint all county officials, rather than have thrm elected. 14,000 ATTEND YAKIMA FAIR Thursday Will Be Pugct Sound Day YAKIMA. Sept. Li—More than M.OOO p*opl« puseed thru the [iiw of the W«*hinrt<>n state fair Tues day. breaking all rwinli for the eerond tiax in the hietory of the exhibition and esceedlng last rM»r"« fiftira by approilmately 10.000. Yesterday waa Yakima Valley day. and thla whole section of country •lib )r>lned In the celebration. Auto polo filled lb* grandstand to rapac ity. Tha first hnau of lha horse races wore marked by cloas flnlabea. Mnln t>lract look the flrat rare In straight heat* In the harness pace. In !N!4. Tha 1:14 trot went to And) Peter, In Wednesday la Oovemonf day, and Thursday l*u«»t Round day. Ij\ r*e crowds ar» exported to motor from the coast for botb daya. MOTOKISTH. for traffic law viola, lions, contributed IT4I to the dly In police court Tuesday afternoon. THE SEATTLE STAB 0. HENRY STORY letfi Wm4 nlghta. Everybody"* awmy. flaw a downtown merchant on a roof gar dun thta owning with hta *tenog rmpher. dhow waa so dull ha wont to alaep. A waitw biting on a dim* tip to aaa If It waa good half wok* him up. ll* look* around and ««« hl« Ilttla pothook* prriietrator. H'm!" any* ha, 'will you take a letter. Mlaa Da St. Montmorency?" "Kara.' In a minute," aaya aha, If you'll maka It an X.* That wag the beat thing happened on tha roof. Ho you aaa hew dull It ta. X*. la. laT "Tig fine ya have ft up there tn aoolety, Mlaa I>tana. Ta hare tha oat ahow and the ho roe ahow and the military tournament* whera tha Pri val* look grand aa general* and tha general* try to look grand aa floor walkers. And ya hava tha Rporta KICKS ON CAR LINE EXTENSION Injunction Suit Is Started Against City Cltr official* hava bean rited by Judge J. T. Itonald to ahow ranee tn auperlor court October 1 why an Injunction ehould not ba laaued re atralnlng them from amtenillng tha Itooaavelt Park car tine on K. UUi «C between S»th and 10th avea. N. K, to 1 Oth ava N. K, and thenoe north on >oth ava .to K. (Snd at. Tha Injunction proceedlnga were filed by O. K. Ilayaa, aa a property owner of the dlalrlct, who alleged that the city waa diverting the pro poard road from Ita original route, aa eet forth In an ordinance paaaad In-the apring of 1111. Ilaye* claim ed that he bought property along the route originally planned. Celebration of Yom Kippur Ends Today mm The celebration of tha I lay of Atonement or Tom Kippur. rllma* of the Jewlah New Tear, which be gan Heplember IS, waa to cloae at aunaat tt edneaday. Tha holiday whlrh began at aunaet Tueaday wu marked by aarviraa laat night and continuous aarvlcea wera held en Wedneeday. Demi in Powwow Map Out Campaign tiemorratlc candklatea for atate and congTeaalonal office were ached uled to meet In Heattla Wednea<lay to dlacusa plan* for the forthcoming campaign, and the reonrunuaUon of the atate central committee. HE DIDN'T HAVE TO SNIFF MUCH patrolman F. K. Coren didn't need to anlff very strong when he paased lIOS Htewart at That'* why O- W. William*. SS. sale* man, la charged with liquor law violation. man"* fthow. whera tha girl that maaaur**- >(. It. 45 rook* breakfast food In a birch bark wigwam on the banka of tha tlrand Canal of Venice oondurled by one of tha Vandarbllta, Bernard Mcfadden and tha Rever end* I>owla and Puaa. And ye have i he French hall, where tha original <V>hen* and the Itobnrt KmmetHan gerhund aoclety dance the Highland fling one with another. And ye have the grand O'ltyan ball, whlrh la the moat beautiful pageant In the world, whera the French atudanta via with the Tyrolean warbler* In doln" tha aakewalk. Ta have tha tret Job for a aAiiu* In tha whole town, Mlaa Diana. • Tl» weary work," sighed tha tal and atatua, "dlaaemlnatln* tha *c> enoa of Überty In New Turk bay. Hornetime* when I take a peep down at Kill* Island and *ee the gang of Immigrant* I'm auppoaed to light up, 'tla tempted I am to blow out the gaa and let tha coroner write out their naturalisation papera." •Say, If* a ihama, ain't It. to gtra you the worat and of IIT" came tha sympathetic antlphonyof thenteeple rhaae goddeaa. "It muat be awfully loneaoma down there with ao much water around you. I don't era how you ever keep your hair In curl. And that Mother Hubbard you are areartng went out 10 yeara ago. I think tho** *culptor guy* ought to ba held for damage* for puttlnr Iron or marble rlothea on a lady. That'* whera Mr. HI (Jaudena waa wlae I'm alway* a little ahead of the atylea; but they're coming my way pretty faat, Kicuaa my back a mo ment —1 caught a puff of wlßd from tha north ahouldnt wonder If thlnga had kxwrned up tn Keopua. There, now! It'* In the wee I —l ahould think that gold plank would have rs'med the air out In that direction. What were you aaylng, Mra. Lib art yr "A fine rhat I've had with T*. MUm Diana, ma'am, but 1 one of them Kuropnui steamers a-aalltn' up the Narrow*, and I must be attendln' to me duties. Tls mo Job to extend 1 tlan ()m> torch ot UteUi U> wslutuws 1 ail thetn that survive the kirks that j the steerage stewards give 'em while 1 Undln'. Mure 'tla a great country ye rail come to for |I M, and (he doctor walttn' to send ye bark home free If he are* yer eyea red from cryln' for It." The golden ■ tattie veered In the changing breese. menacing many . points on the hortaon with IU aure ate arrow. "Ho lon#, Aunt IJberty?" gweetly | railed Jhana of the Tower. "Home I night, when the wind's right, 111 call you up again. Hut aay! You haven't rot eurh a fierce kick com- In* about your job. I've kept a pretty good watrh on the island of Manhattan since 1 came up bere. That's a pretty alck looking bunch of liberty rhaaers they dump down' at your end of It; but they don't all stay that way. Every little while up here I see guys signing rhecks and voting the right ticket, and enoour aging the arts and taking a bath every morning, that was shoved ashore by a dork laborer born In the: United Hlatea who never earned over $4O a month. Don't run down your joh, Aunt liberty; you're all right, all right." I Women of Middle Age 1 Owing to modern methods of living not one woman in a thousand IH approaches this perfectly natural change in her life without experi- U| encing a train of very annoying and sometimes painful symptoms.' M Those dreadful hot flashes, smothering spells, fainting spells, Kjf nervous troubles and irregularities are symptoms that should nave fVfl prompt attention. These two letters prove what a successful IQI remedy Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is for women PI These Two Women Helped During Change of life. B Taunton, Mam.—"l could not eat or Philadelphia, Pa.—"l want to let yon. |Q| •le«>p for nix months,had fainting spells know what good Lydia K- Pinkham's and conld not walk without help for Vegetable Compound has done me. I three months,raused by female trouble, had organic troubles and am coins Bly rousin, who was a doctor, told me through the Change of life. Iwu to take Lydia K. Plnkham'a Vegetable taken with a pain in my aide and a bad ■■ Compound and it helped me greatly, headache. I could not lie down, ooold fUI Then during the Change of Life 1 naed not eat or sleep. 1 suffered something ftMJ the same remedy. lam seventy years terrible and the doctor's medicine did H old now and am able to do my own me no good at all—ror pains got worse [Til house work and walk one mile to church instead of better. 1 began taking the BJ •very Sunday morning and evening. I Vegetable Compound and felt a change •am recommending the Vegetable Com- from the first. Now I feel fine and ad- IH pound to mv friends having the same vim anyone going through the Change IB troubles as I had. Your remedy is the of life to try it, lor it cured me after I best on earth. I cannot find words had given up all hopes of getting better. to express my gratitude for it"—Mrs. I will tell any one who writes to me the BPj Kuban C. Stakes, 107 B School St- good it has done me."—Mrs. ALutaaarr nil Taunton, Mass. 1)akz,743 K. 20th St, Philadelphia, Fa M Women of Middle Age Should Depend Upon m Statin ftfe 1 PAGE 0