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THTOBDAY, N-OVKMttMt 4 1»r».
JAPS WILL FIGHT LAW OH ALIBIS Prepare to Resist Measure Overwhelmingly Passed in California KRANCIHCO, Nov 4 -Call. <*»rma Japaneee today announrcd their intention of atarting court ac tion to enjoin the *tate a#;ain»t plac ing in effect th« anti-»Tatvine>f pro tram which wo* paai*«Hl by the voter* on TueanUy The New World, a Japancae new* poper puhll**ted here, declared In ltd fctua y+stcrday that it propoatHl *tart ing the injunction proitvdinmi It waa understood here today that th« Japanese hope eventually to e« tablWh thru the court* that they are eligible to citltfnahlp, and that th# anti alien law doc* not apply to them The law a« written d«>e» not mention Japan****. merely specifying p«raon* «ot eligible to ciUaenahlp cannot hold land. While flfurt* on Tuesday'* vote were not complete, and probably will not be for another week. Indication* today wrre that the majority for the anti-alien mcaaurc would be between thre*» and four to one Approximate ly 3.500 precinct* reported early to day gave for tha mewaura 202.941; against, 123 003. • • • EXPECT JAPAN WILL PROTEST TO WASHINGTON TOKYO. Not. 4 While the Jap *bw« foreign office ha* rrfremH from making any statement follow tl»g (he pibm< of the California anil • Japanese program on Tuesday. It wjui generally understood l»la> that a formal protect ajr»ln*t the fcrogmm will be made by Japan to the state department. The dim u* ■tons at Washington thus far have been In the form of preliminaries News of the result of the vote In California has not been di.wmi noted sufficiently thro ths country to make noticeable any countrywide reaction. Mara meetings of protest, however. are in prospect In Toltlo *AV ATTKMFT CAHINKT OVKKTIIHOW It waa considered possible that ths opposition party would launch t concrete attempt to overthrow the present cabinet on the ground* of alleged mishandling of Japanese American relations. Authorities believe It win he *ev end days before any demonstration* two develop. They do not expert any violence toward Americans and today were far lem apprehensive of tha temper of the people than they were a few weeks ago. The government. It was under stood. Is taking the view that the situation already Has been wen threshed out at Washington and It was Intimated that already the basis of an agreement solving the U situation In a manner acceptable to both countries has been given * consideration. The statement of rrider Secretary of Slate Davis In Washington the day before election, declaring that "the country at large will not ac- Correct Apparr I for Wotnen ANNIVERSARY SALE a ruiuy and Saturday Are the Last Days nTHIS is not a sale in the ordinary sense, inasmuch as the apparel offered is right in the height of fashion. And prices at the Carman Shop are at all times ex tremely moderate, quality considered, so that any discount carries unusual mean ing. 20 % DISCOUNT, —is offered on every garment in our en tire stock—without reserve. For example: $ 35.00 Coats, Suits, Gowns, $ 28.00 $ 49.75 Coats, Suits, Gowns, $ 39.80 $ 75.00 Coats, Suits, Gowns, $ 60.00 $125.00 Coats, Suits, Gowns, $lOO.OO $150.00 Coats, Suits, Gowns, $120.00 $200.00 Coats, Suits, Gowns, $150.00 $250.00 Coats, Suits, Gowns, $200.00 The 20% price concession also applies to Formal Gowns for evening, afternoon and dinner wear; Dance Frocks, leather Coats, Riding Habits, Blouses, Sweaters and Petticoats. Second Avenue at Sprinp Street (Take Elevator to Third Floor.J STEEPLEJILL Mrs. Frances Smitk, IS. climbed a smokestack l. r >o feet, looked down and smiled at an admiring Chicago. Harding Is Gaining in lowa Return* DF.H MOINBB. Nov 4 latest re turns from Tuesday's .election, com piled here today, showed Harding leading Cog by nearly 360.000 votes. In 1,035 precincts out of a total of 1.345. Harding polled 5T!,701 votes, against >4.004 cast for Co*. On the basis of these returns. Harding's plu rallty In lowa is expected to be around M 0.004. For I'nlted States senator, Albert B. Cummins, republican, had a lead of M.404 voir* over Claude H. Porter, democrat, with U1 precincts heard from, the totals being' Cummlna, I»S,ioT; I'orter, 10JW4 The return* also showed lowa's congressional delegation remained re publican, and that all slate offices were cultured by iwpublU-ana cept any unjust action by Califor nia." was much appreciated in Japan. • • • Tokyo Get* Word of Anti-Jap Law TOKTO. Nov. 4 —Altho arousing great interest thus far. no serious agitation or demonstration as a re suit of the California vote on the anti-alien land law has been reported In Japan. The people seem tired out after three days of strenuous celebration marking the oeremony of the unveil Ing of the MeiJl shrine, which was made a national event. Tokyo n«w*pap«ra ara "pUiytn* up" hcavtlr tha raaulta of tha A mart can clartion. OKLAHOMA NOW IN G. 0. P. LIST Deserts Democrats (or First Time in History OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov 4 OKI* homa tut* jotn«*<| th* nation in ft r* publican lnnd*lide, am! for the flr*t time *lncf atatehood htia tha "Southern vota." Het urn* early today from 1.f74 pre rhtcta out of 1,6*11 iltOWfd Stnator Harding lending Gov. I'm by A.513 vote* Tha voir In (h«*tw pr«cln<(i gave Ilarding 175.511. Cot. it.i.flOo I'ompletlon of tha vote w«> fiptrlwl to glva Harding a plurality of mora than 10.000 I J W Harrefd. republican, haa a lead of 17,637 total over Scott Kerrl*. democrat. f»*r UnIM Ktat<*«« ««*nu(nr, In return* from 2,04* precinct* The vote won llarreld. 111,415. Kerno, 1t5.175. Kerrla laaued a concert- Ing llarreld'* •lection. Ilia *latement follow* - "Oklahoma hn* Joined tha natto* In a republican landnlida. I go down with the rent " Indication* were that the demo crat* have lost four »*ata in con pm HERE'S MORE ABOUT ELECTION STARTS ON PAGE ONE take the oath of office. He may find It to aprml a few days there, however, clearing out hie dmk In the senste oftW building Harding le upi>"«r<t to taking any of!U tul part In seriate prt»rM«Uli)|i now nil.l. HKMION AS HINATOK He announced today that he will resign as senator on the second Mon •liy In January, provided Harry U liavta. who will be Inaugurated gov ernor of ohlo on that date, will ap point Frank H Willis, senator elect to serve trot Harding's unexpired term. t)ne of the two avowed alma of the Harding administration waa th* flnal wiping out of aectk>nall«m Thruout hia campaign he ha a pMgwi thta. ami hia flrat authorised utteranc« on p© tltloU laauea since tha election waa on the name qu**etton This waa In the form of a atatr rnent authorised br the president elact and by O, 11. Van Kleat. mwwftnf editor of thr Marlon Htar. Hardlng'a nawapap*r. to J. K Urnwn, city editor of New Orlenna Htatea. In rrply to a nvaaagr of oongratula Uoa. ***<enator Harding aaVM w nffltf to uttrr hia moat grateful arpr«d.t lion of the fin* vote (Urn him In Isouialana. particularly as It manl feats a frowlng bclirf In th* repub >lnan position. He asks me to say to you that he has ons ambition, which hs has often *ipr«**sNfc to wipe out tha last vastly of sectionalism In America In thought. In politics, in our economic life and In govern ment," Elmer Smith Loses in Chehalis Vote CTTEHALIS. Nor. 4 Tha out ■UmlliK featura of lit* rtfclion her* *u Uir oonlrat t"lwwn liar-man Allan and Elmer Smith I. W. W. onunaat, for Iho offlca "t proaarutlnc attorney The ftcht «u cloaa. but u Uw final raturna brnn to ronip In Allen's lead Im-raaaad and h« won by approximately ; one vntmi. Kapubllean candldatra In all Hat* and county office* and for oonffrraa won by aubatantlal margins. Hold Funeral for Nez Perce Chief Nespelem . Nor. 4. funeral cor '•moniN are In progre*a horo today fr»r Dave Williams . chief of the Jo aeph band of Km r>rr« Indians, who died Tueaday night, while on hi* way hovn# from the hop field* William* haa twn a well known eldlirtfr In thla atrtim) alne* he tama ln litf, from Oklahoma, where ha waa hold for 10 ymr* with Chief Joweph after the tat tor had aur rmdfrfd 11 in irrava haa pUu~e*l cloaa to Joaeph'a. Congressional Feast Here Is Postponed Owing to tha fort that weveral of tha honor gueata have found that they cannot attend at tha time aet, tha banquet which waa to hava been given to member* of the Waahlngton conjrrenaiona! delegation at tha New Waahlngton hotel Thuraday night haa been postponed The dinner will be given loter. HERE'S MORE ABOUT BRAINERD STARTS ON PAGE ONE pleaaant for her hecatj** I didn't want her to become hy*terlraL I'm ponttlve *he knowa whore Htagg la. We're goi/ig to iaaue mo me more circular* for hie arreat, and that of With Nlrholaon." Ml*a Nlchol*on la the ntime al leged to have aided in taking Hobby Htagg eaat to New York thru f !aruida. "Mia* BrnfoonA waa troatod with fvfry ccmr\p*y," aaJd Mm. f'unnlnir ham. r*in*r4lnir hrr cuatody of thr Klrl prfaoner *n rout* imrk arroaa th« continent. "I trratrd hi»r an an entlro utrangpr. I krpt nhno lut*ly fo my*Hf on tho trip wcat and evrn wrnt to th* dining rnr at tlmoa when Mlaa RrnJneßl wrm not then." KXPfCCTH TO COVFER WITH IIKK TODAY Attorney W. A. J'ator*. who ha* b*rn artlnr here In behalf of tho Bratnerd family, wild thla morning h« txpflctßd to havo a conference with Mlaa Hralnerd today, Ho anld ho tw-Mevad aha remained In Tacoma feat. night. Peter* iiald ho had not horn retained aa Mlm Itralnard'a counael. 'That matter haa not haon aettlod yot," ho Nald. "I havo merely boon holplmc tho family." Mlaa Hrtln#rd ap»»nt faat night at tho Tai oma hotel. Hho Ipft Tacoma aftor her hearing before Judgr* Fletcher on the noon inlerurUtn for BcaULa. TIIE SEATTLE STAR County Ticket rot M Y AI IM l Oil 288 pretlncta out of 898 fly# t>. IC. Ke|umion, II 40,252 Mary W. llnrrfK, P H. 364 llyron I'hrlpa, K 2 1.978 WH NTY TICl:\S| IlKll 295 praclnoti): William A. Oalnaa, fl. ..........41,917 A. i: i-'iiiKu, i» *,7na Ola TliiNiipMtit, K. ~12.091 I'IUISIM TlNti ATTOHNKY 29ft (trrt'liicUi. Malcolm 1 kiutflaa, It • ■'« "» I I'.. ..xx I > || M lUtlph H I'leroe. K ...........21,004 tOl Ntl Ml M 188 precinct* Oaonr* a. (luiit, it. ......... .41.041 Clarence U < lere, I). 1,825 Thorn** K*an. K. 22.401, CtH NTY ASM SSOH 219 prwln«tn I "rank W. Ilull. It —...40,9(10 Tliomas II I tortipaay, Ik m «m 9.897 I.UclUa M I loot, y .21*944 sill Kll V 299 prfflnrts M*U Htarwich. II 40.885 Joaeph Willium*. I>. 11.134 KrwJ Nelwon, !•* •...22,252 H\ I I KINTI Mil M til S< IHMII s 298 procinct* I Thnmnji K Ifulaa, IL •«•*•••• .It.fli | Nina O Hue ha nan. I». •••...• 9,t»52 Mary Fiuxms K - .....21.404 KNOINKKR 298 pracinct*. Thomjui H llceman. Tl .41,091 Frank tl fonant. K. 22.417 t'OIMINUI 288 pmHrw ls: Willi* II Corwon. Tl *.... 41,150 jT. Oren Walmm. R 22,023 COM MlssloN I It—rißMT HIS i r.n i 1M preelncta 'laude <*. KamwjP. IC .40,#71 ; Jo».ph A Kloan, IJ. .......... *,*2K C'l.irrm-. R Ttlpp, F. 21.7*6 (OHMIsMOM K—AI.COM) DCS TIUIT J** prerlnftjr. j Tom J*ofr<M>ti, H ..•••..•••••• (M A H. NVw.il, l> .....11.307 John C!»rmt< h»el, I". X 1.024 Shipping Board Man Meets C. C. Trustees JcMM*ph N T«il of Portland, ap pointed by Prr«td«*nt Wilaon 10 days a«o aa a of tha ahlppinir U»ard. met at noon Thursday with tha of tha Chamber of f'om maroa and tha **art|va oommlttaa memlirra of the fnr««Uro tmda and traimportation burratia at a lunchaoa flvcn at Vtlanc'a cafa. Ifa carna In of an Imi tation axtendad to him by tha chamber to diactjM ■Mppu»* board matter* Immediately after announce ment of the appolritmant l*raa|dant H II ffedffaa of tha ch.irr#»er pre akled at tha meeting Thuraday. Jjj ~~J DOWNSTAIRS fj/ .4/ DOWNSTAIRS STORE A- /[[( STORE An Advantageous Purchase Permits a Very Low Price on 600 Pairs of Women's High Shoes $7.45 Brown Kid Black Vici Kid Tan Calf JUST when the need for High Shoes begins to be felt, comes this excep tional offering of Shoes. Included are: Dress Shoe* with Louis heels. Military-heel Shoes / I Boots with me /§B dium heels. !/'£ V the latter suit able for growing £*/ j *' r ' s> to °" Three °* the styles are pic tured. Sizes 2Va to 8 X Priced substantially under regular value, $7.45 pair. THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE FREDERICK & NELSON FIFTH AVENUE AND PINE STREET Returns From State I'RKMID* NT On. thotinuind aeven hundred pre. ■lnrta out of 1,371 In .late: llnrillnit .I7I.4I» • 'o* 67,114 Chrtatenenn (it.296 I MII.M SI Ml S SI A \ IOK Jorir. 166,6J7 Cottrrlll .. 49.226 Friuir. 64,4911 KKfItKHKNTATIVK IN CON<<KI<SS (Flrat DtatrieC) Two hundred eighty aeven pre i-lnrta out of 296: J"hn r. Miller (IC)?V... ..4*065 Hugh C. Todd (D> ...11,267 A. Dun. i.n (T.-L.) 25.M* KKI'RKNKNTATIVK IN (4IN«,RI.MN (Mfvund Ulatrti't.) TTiree huftdrrd nev« n* pre elnrta In (otal of 64K: Undley 11 at ).......S*.23* William Hourk U*' 1..) ....11,101 Mtnu si.n i \ 11\ i. in <*«N«iRI HH (Third Dlatrh't.t Two hnndred forty three preelnrta In total of 669: Albert Johnaon OC> 215 (ieorge p. I'lahhurtia (II )... ... 6.00* Homer T. Hone (K. 1.1 11.096 KKTIUCHIATATIYK IN (IIM.RKSH Fourth I>latrt>*t ) j Ona hundred nln. pr* (lnrta In total of 452: John W Hummsra (RJ.14,19* Kred Miller (I> > 4 411 ICnuUt 1111 l <r. U) 3,*6* RFJ'RKNKNTATIVK IN (XINGKKS* (Fifth IHatrlct I Three hundred alaty nine preelnrta In total of 622: J Htanley Wetiater (Tt I. ....... 30 529 jfhitrlea Flctnlnc (P )..........12.459 OOVKKNOR I fine thousand »ewn hundred pre elnrta out of 2,371; Hart ..... 155.702 | lllack 49.632 llrldgM *6.10* Sen. Chamberlain Is Defeated in Oregon PORTI-AND. Of*., Nov 4 Orefon haa a««Jt Robert N. Htanfl*ld. f«*pub llrtan. to tit** mite* H(atf« yrnntr ami haa rt>Ur»-<l to prlrat«> life Hrnator < ;<"orjr»» K rhambrrUln. who la pervln* his thlr4 term In th«* upp«*r houM- At Waahtatftoo. With a Uttlr moo* than ISO.OOO of tha M(lmatH) 250,000 *ot«a caat counted. Mtanflald haa a wad. e*r|y today, of 12.554. having 87.128 votaa, to 74.424 for ChamlmrUtitL HtaAfleld haa a ronaJ«t*nt ralnrr a« tha fteurva mounted up. and hU alacllon nwsy ba confidently announrad today. When all tha votaa thnM hare been eountad. |t proliably will be ae<en that Hardlntf bacst Co* mora than tao to •*e in DrtfOß Tha total* to data are Hardin*. 109.954, Co*. 81.219. King County Legislature I Old II 111 DISTIIIIT fnirc. to It. rl.fl nl > Thirty nix annltered praclnnta out uf 60 fflvtt: Walter J. r.nnn, R. .......... t.766 J T. Jonre It, .......... 3.713 rifd J. Mill, It 2,71* «* K We.t, D 704 K M lUMlffe, X) 5*2 J.ii oh Hihwartl Pederaon, F. I. 2,056 John Fleming. K\l. 2,0*2 Joaeph F Coatillo, F I. 2.0*4 KIHT* IIKST DISTRICT (Two to he elartedl Heventy-lhre. iHtllcrHl out of 94 give: Paul W. Houner, IC 7.741 H. P. Rude, K 7.631 llartleoii W Munn, D l.**3 a WUI PhafTer, D 1,761 Wiley M Hoolt, r.-U 6.911 l.iula W. Iluck, K. I. 6,61* TOKTI SKIOMI DISTRICT (Two to be elected.! KUthty acattered preelm-u out of 106 *lve: Thoa. F Morphine. R 12,707 fjoorite T. Krlokaen. R 13.9*6 r. J. Smith, I). 3.196 Oaorjte N. Il'xlgil'tn, D *,112 Uirena Wlawell Wilaon, F 1.. «.t«6 FORTY TIIIRII DIST RICT (Two to be alerted.l Hfcrteen aonttered prvclneta out of 19 fflva: I'llny U Anen, R t.766 Ralph II Knapp, R 1,761 (l«Jt|« L. Palmar, D. ........ 30* John N WUaon. D 2*4 May Duffy. F. I. 979 Kmmanuel M Folate. F. I. .... 954 rOHTV KOI RTII DISTRICT (Two to be ele/'ted.) Beven a<<attered prwlncta of the | total of nine irlve: (leotife F. Mearham, R. 1,116 I'rank 11 Mnnocue, It. ....... 1,113 ' (!eor«w K Ryan. I). 266 Kmtna A. llatiaman, D. ...... 261 Uoreo A. l£oy«e, F i» J79 KORTI FIITII DIHTRICT (Two to be el.rted I Thirteen aeatlered piMlrtrta of the total of 16 (Ive: lc K Huith«. IC 3.117 I Itohert (Inn. IL ............ 1.074 ! K J Fortnan, D. 495 • ilady* Hmall, F U ........„ *5O Walter 3 Henry. F. I. *39 KORTT-MXTIf DISTRICT (Two to he .lected ) Twenty four amttered pie< lncta of the total of 29 irivo: Adam Ilerler, It. J. 661 Adolph Kehrena. R. .......... 3,6*4 ' Charlea D. Fullen, D. .... .. 703 : Mlimon Adarna. I) 7n Minnie K Ault, F. I. 1.399 rOKTY NBY KNTII DISTRICT (Two to b. elected > Forty four ac-alterml preelncta of tha total of 63 irlve: F H. fiule. R 7.34* Itohert A Trlpple. IL 7.767 It. J. Roryer. D 1.599 | Klla Traynor, D 1.623 | Jo. Bmlth, F.I. ?.. 1,176 Domlnlr Kane, F I. 2.176 King County vhrsiiiknt S2O prertneta of total of 3*6: Hardin*, It. .62,104 t> 16.169 Wutklna, I*. ..... 462 I >eba, Hoc |,'jh6 Co*. Ho»- l*ul«or 414 CbrtM/nm-n, F I*. 22.616 I NITKII NTATKN MKNATOK tHO pm lnci/i: Wnl«]r I. JotlMi, It . 49,402 Oeonr* V. Cot te fill, D. 12,946 C. J. Kran«#», K.-I* 87.103 ItKMCKMKNTATIVi; IN < OM.ICIIss in i Dfcrtrfet) 252 precim ta (Kin* county corn pktr): John K. Ml I It, Fl 46.446 lluich C. Todd, I> 10.422 Jum*H A. fmn<an. F.-U 22,391 lIKI'MCMF. NTATI VIC IN ( OM.KKSM (Bi«awl DMrti •» 65 precincts of total 142 In Kin* county: l«indley If n»dl*»y. K. 4.664 William Hou« k. I'' I, 3,144 Ml\ KKNOK 621 of total of 292: I<oule I Hurt. VL .46.646 W. VV. Black. I) ...12.744 llobert Ilrtdgea. F. I* ........32.*0f. llurjreaa, Ho*-I/uhor Zh'J Town in Florida Goes Republican KT PBTERHBtmCJ, IT*.. Nov. i. I or the flret time In the hlatory of any Florida town thla city went republican by a majority of 276 vote* liar dins <mrrlcd aeven of the precincts. FREDERICK & NELSON FIFTH AVENUE AND PINE STREET rbowNsmtits stoke! Attractive Value in This New Surplice Sweater at $6.50 Ka "A SOFT, elastic wool yarn m.Jr is knit in link-and-link A r [ *l stitch to form the costume ' Sweater pictured, which may ■« \ Bu^s^^ f° r a blouse upon occasion. Available in si / Cherry Nary 1 Brown Geranium A' if 11 K —with long or short sleeves. hyt ij J I * Modestly priced at $6.50. " * > —THE DOWNSTAIRS STOWi "Dust-No" Garment Bags Have Many Advantages —their side-opening makes it easy to put -. j- in and take out gar- f~ ~ fif ments - / * A' —they are made of a / ' specially - prepared I j—-« , Q HHwßiifT *.l blue paper (white- /fr jty rl iflf It\ lined), which pre- [ r!**•// vents white par- j ments from turning VlYl QjrjffjWi yellow. to. —dust-proof, moth- * W.-")' proof, moist-proof ||Tl k 'S and odorless. . V jr . 27x40x4, fi.eo. uV I; £ 27x50x4. 51.85. Isr% 27x60x4.1(3.10. * |W\ \» 30x66x4, 92.35. VVi\.V.!i 1 NOUMVBItf S» - tlOfl, lilkfiV" —THK XH>WNBTAJRB KToRhJ J\ Walnut-finish Lamp Ms Pictured) f57.50 'pHE gracefully proportion ed stand of the Lamp pictured is of walnut-finish wood, and the light shines softly through the allover patterned paper shade. Meas ures 19V& inches to top of Twelve only to sell at this low price—s7.so. Silver-plated Knives and Forks Set of 6, $3.75 riain, smoothly-finished Knives and Forks, the forks plated over nickel-silver, the knives on forged steel The set of six knives with six forks, 93-75. Pyrex Pie Dishes, $2.95 The oven - tested Pyrex glass plate is set in a deco rative silver-plated frame. ***"-*-—A very attractive table piece that suggests itself as a pleasing gift Exceptional value at $2.95. —THK DOWNSTAIRS STORE PAGE 7 COURT ORDERS PALMER PROBE Will Investigate Coal Con spiracy Charge INDIANAPOMM, Ind., Nov. 4.~ pederal Judge A. B. Andernon will Inv-Mtigate the connection of Attor ney (j«*ri'*ral A Mlt'hell Palmer with the conaplnwy c;ia* ajralnat 125 call operator* and mln« work'-ra In open court the run* |a called for trlsl next Monday. November I. the court announce today. Jo*!** Anderson reque*ted the dark of the court to ad viae f'.ilmer the in vent! ration would be made ao the attorney general might appear In person. The Investigation wlfl center sbovt rej»orta that Palmer haa lnatrueted government attorney a not to pnmnt at the trial evidence euhmittcd In atrlke Injunction hiring*, which Jed to a restraining order agalnat the fei tumlnoua mine atrlke, a year ago. I>an HlmmN, Mp*<iH| aaMhtant attor ney genoral. prosecuting the caae, re cently rwlfnM of palmer's order, arrordlng to reports. Freder* Ick Van Nuyft, United Htatci attor ney, and I* K Hlark, apeclal prone cutor. are conaiderlng oalgnUig for the a&me reason, according to re port*. Vrnrtfinj: to Fmrh lnv«kliK)Ufln», rubbfT In subject to microbe altACkt unl<*a* k»i>t In perfectly dry air.