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IX Weather ■ | | ■ Tonight and Sunday: prob -111 I I ably rain; gentle I I I I I southerly winds. J 111 I TrmtKniturd I!l llnur* 111 Maximum. 54. Minimum, U. "IP Tixtaj nnim. JS. VOLUME 23 Paul Bunyan J Born in Maine. 1 Cradle Raised Tide. 1 Boiled Beam in Ixike. J Sow Logs in Alaska. I if' « Tin# Mar hi r*lVf(lnf •tacl*a af Pail Hunjan, the mjlhlml h«»ea *»# Mm Tt»«# will W Inriinl a»a* ta Il»# I i»i»»r»4l> af Mulilngtaa far •• lh» |ml \merlf«n «•»»*'. rhallng lha rl*Mkr U|tM«U af and Mrlfnl kamllMiU. m» \t\\ ku*« aa; Nal »t«n> an atort*** llava YOt' «•* lin* 4 llip |»mh»rmf« a§»»u Ihrin I* lha Im( nlthla Mw lHa Wf* flr*» Hi (ti* l«aakhww? If M. »*»«•' •tiani to Tti# Mar lac lha baatfll al Ntara grwaraHawa. I'M I tor The Star: Paul Runjr«n til born In Maine. Wbftl S wwli* old he rull«d around Bo much In his »I«*P that ha deatroyed (tur aquar* mtlffl of standing timber Than they built a float in* cradle and anchored II off Kant port. When Pftut rocked In his cradle It caused a TS-foot tide In the Bay of Kundy. and several villages were washed away. It was soon seen that If thl* kept up Nova Hcotla would be com# an laland. and l*aul'e parent* ware ordered take him away. Ha couldn't be wakened. however, until the British n*vy was called out and fired broadsides for seven hours When I*aul steoy»ed out of his cradle he Mink aeven warships, and the British prnvernnwnt eelard hj* cradle and used the timbers to build seven more. That saved Noem Hcotl* from b" in* made an laUnd, but the tide* In the Hay of Fund? haven t subsided All th* cow* in Main* wer» re quired in |lri milk (or P»ul to drink. When he «>a a year oM he bw«m» playful and u**d to throw th* <«*• Into the of Ht Iterance That'* why th*r» tra no dairy hard* in Maine tartar. A. 11. C. rAI I. SOII.RD A I\KK TO COOK HIS BEANH y mum Tl»* mar: My IMUIVM for Paul Itunyun at the tlnw that h« due out Pupt Bound. and with the dirt taken out built tho C» rude Mountain*. "Tea. Sir " I hav* heard Did apeak of the time wh»n Past and his Blue Ox wm taking iupiJim to a camp h» had «ob» whore up In the mountain!; It was In the middle of tha winter, and Paul decided to lake a abort cut arrow th® lake near the camp. On nearlng the renter, the Ire hroke. and Paul, the Blue Ox and the wagon went thru. It happened that on thla trip they were loaded with b*an« (the Utile brown oneal. and here they were tn the bottom of the lake. What did Paul do? Day «aya that he cot all hla men together, and they built flrea all around the lake, got_Jhe lake to boiling and cooked the b-ana rUht tb*re. "TES. Hlr" Dad aaya that they *ur* had ser vice In them logging camp* of hla day- In the camp that he «u In, they had men on roller skatea run Din* around the top of the dining table*, and another bunch of men mounted on wild broncha carrying the fond to them from the kitchen. They hid lt( women sweeping prune •tonea from under the table*, and at the back door of the kitchen there were alx large steam *hovel» work ing day and night taking away th* egg ahell*. "Tea. Sir." f And he remembers the time th* Blue Ox got alck In ita stomarh; the cause waa that the animal had got ten looae and broken into a large wirehouae full of haled hay. Well, air. the Blue Ox ate *o much that be almost died. I*aul had.to have 21 men working In the animal'* stomach for ten day* rolling out bale* of hay. "TEH. Slr." Well. eventually Mr Blue Ox met hla doom II happened thl* way: Thru aome mistake. Ole, the keeper, fed hhn 12 roll* of barbed wire, and ■ you folk* can Imagine what the ef feet would be on anything'* *tomach. 80 Paul moved up Into Alaska. He la atlll In the logging business, but everything la modem with him now —log* by airplane. On a bright day you can nee hla machine* way up In the aky. going aouth to Mexico. "Tea. Sir": he haa a contrart to sup ply the Mexican government with timber to build their new nnvy. i Ship* like we have In Lake Union. I "Tea, Sir." TEX GORDON. UK DROVB PAI'I/H HIJ AM) PEPPKK WAGON Ml tor The Star Aa Inn* aa you Inalat tojsnow about Paul Bunion of course I'll tell you all I know, and that'a quite a lot. I flint went to work for htm In the winter of the blue snow. We were logging off Kaaiern Waah. Of courae I'm an old luml>erjark cwk but I pot my •tart a flunkey for Paul. He. only h*d a little camp In thoae day*, nine ,w,ki and 75 flunkeya. The cook hoiiee waa two milea lonir and tIM flunkeya waa on roller skates. We didn't uae any pearl dlvera, the plate* were nailed to the table and after meal we would Bet the hone and a broom each and scrub them »very morning. I drove the salt and pepper wagon I used to get to the end of the table every nlte and I'd start lark the next morning; made th r«e. trip* 'every week. My bro. I>an had a contract haul lag away the egg nhells from the bai k door of the cook house He Mpt four wagons busy all the time. Cue 'Jay the old blue ox ran uw.iy with the aenkper and It mnd • quite <Xurn to Pace \ Column 2) WEALTHY CHINESE LOST HERE , YOUNG HEIR TO FORTUNE DISAPPEARS Fear He May Be Held for Hostage by Seattle Tongmen Mlngton Slao. JJyear-old aon of a Shanghai capllallat, heir to on* of th* inalnl fortune* In China and until racantly a ftudent In th* l?nl vrmlty of Virginia. atepped oot of th* lobby of th* New Waahlngton hotel her* Tuetday for a abort walk downtown, and dlaappeaxed Today th* Chine** ronnl. Ooon Dip. private detective* and th* po- Mr* «r* n>nduct'«| a Mtrh for th* mmalng young Chinaman with four prwaibl* aoluUona of the *y*f*ry In mind * That h* may b* wardering about in a condition of aphakia-- lo*a of memory—la which caaa h« la proba bly tuffrrlnc th* pans* of ■tarva. uon. ft.l h* had no money when h* <llaapi>ear*d. WAV II W K KNDRD HIM IJFK. 11l KKAK That hn ha* rnded hi* life In a fit of cVsrpondency aa a reault of being compelled to quit hi* atudie* In lh« V irginla collet* du* to a It cent rtrtou* breakdown Oka* tw> ta* kw nurOM and hi* body don* away with by per anna who were iwtn of ht* ld«n tlty and thought ha had money. Or that h* la being held hoataf* by Chin*** lon(t*tr. or other con •ptrator* In thl* city for th* purpoa* of extorting ran men from hla enor mt'Ualy wealthy father Young Slao after hla breakdown, waa brought here from Virginia by C. C. Nieh, a Hhmghal bualnrx rran and friend of th* Mao family. Nleh cam* to Seattle i»r*nl week* ft go, waa a gu«t of th* China club hire, and upon hearing of the plight of th* young itudent. ha»(en».l lo Virginia. Intending to tak* Hlao home to China. GOKB FOR STROI,I< FAIM TO RKTTRN Returning her* with th* youth, KWi took him to th* New Wash ington, where thay put up to await a nulling date back to Shanghai. on Tuesday, N'leh left th* hotel 00 a matter of buslnea*. Slao remained tn their rooms. About noon th* young man waa seen in th* lobby. He remarked to la hotel employ* that he waa going out for a •troll, and would return presently. That waa tba last aeen of him. Nleh returned later to »h« hotel and waited for houra for his charge to come back, finally became alarmed at his continued mysterious absence and notified Palkenberg A Co., a firm having business rela liana with Nl*h aiA th* father of Slao. Member* of the firm Immediately put private detectives on the trail, and Informed Coneul Goon Dip and the police. Th* search thus far haa baffled »h*m • Th* ml*»lng man I* 5 feet I Irche* In height, weigh* about IIS pounds, and waa well dressed when he vanished. CHARGE SCHEME TO BOOST PRICE WASHINGTON. Nov. 10.—TJMOi i ployment Ihruout the country, re | suiting from part time operation of j mills and factories, la directly due to attempt* to keep up price*, Bthelbert Htewart, government price expert, charged today. "Price la the only bar to full time production," said Htewart. whoae title la commissioner of bureau of statistic* of the labor department. "Kvery mill In the country could operate full time If price* were down. "The 'depression' will disappear aa soon an the producers and salesmen of food, clothing and other commodi ties (five up the Idea of profiteering aa In war time When that happen* the public will find H possible to end the big buyers' or consumers' strike Aitho alight cut* have been made In the retail prices of a few oormnodltle*, the cutting la not yet general enough. Cut* In wholesale prices have been deeper than retail prices. "It must be remembered that It take* from six months to a year for reduced wholesale quotations to be reflected In retail prtces." riIAIWiKI) WITH II AVI N O l,l(|l OK In his possession unlaw -1 fully, John K Jones, of lledmond, wa* fined 1100 and cost* by Justice of the Peace o. W. Brlnkur Satur day. The Seattle Star Bal»r»4 M n~x.na Cl»— Matlar H>| I, lit* at tfca SI ftaattla. Wuh . »a4nr lha Art af ConirMM Harrh I. »11» l-ar Taar. br Mall. II la M Wears Trousers to Dodge Man; Woman Nabbed As Insane An experiment In waarlng trou**r* separated Cella Koaen. 915 21st avr. S, from I*4*. IJ. according, to her story to Divorce Proctor C. C. I>alton. who will make an effort to recover the money. The money, she said, was deposit ed In a Brooklyn hoapltal, where she waa committed during a recent visit there, on a charge of Insanity, which lias since been adjudged to have been a mistake According tn »b* atory, th* woman, whll* v!«ltlng In New Tork. JAP BOY BADLY HURT AT PLAY Playtri* football on City Hall park, .Saturday ifttrmon, 1 year-old Tadasi Kunlyukl 415 Yealer way, ran out Into Ollllng place and was struck by the auto of Itonald It. Drake, 405 Brooklyn ave. Irnik" brought the Japanese lad to the city hospital. whfri> he wa* Mill unconscious Saturday afternoon. It la poselble that the boy'* skull la fractured. ' "I'll Help You Pay. for Your Home" * "I am a young man of good character. I am looking for a comfortable pftico to live. "I will pay you |250 a year, or more, as rental. If you will offer mo the uac of your spare room. "You can reach me by run ning a 'room for rent' ad In The Htar. (Signed) "ON K l>V A THOUSAND." Note: Telephone your ad to The Htar. MAIN 600 On the Issue of Americanism There Can Be No Compromise SEATTLE, WASH., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920. txM-am* convinced a man wm follow ing her. To avoid him *h* put on trot/tar*. The police picked hep up. doubting her soundness of mind. That wm In fteptember, J920. Held 10 weeks, she wt* brought here by Katharine H. Cahoon, a spe cial nurse and guard. The hospltgl. she claims, waa to return her leaned from custody. Presiding Judge J. T. Itonald ad judged her perfectly normal Wednes day, HUNTING HERO IN MAIL THEFT 1 OMAHA. Neb, Nov. 20—Keith | Collins, 27, former lieutenant in the I air service In the great war, and •decorated several time* for bravery, )Is being souffht by federal officials as the "master mind" In the ta.ftOO. 000 Burlington mall robbery In Coun ell Bluffs last Saturday. Collins, who whs an Union Pacific flretnan. Im believed to have escaped with a lanr** amount of plunder. Mrs. T. A. Daly. the only woman In the cast*, was arrested la*t night charged with receiving stolen prop* erty. f % Only $20,000 of the loot has been recovered. RUSSIAN GIRLS' CASE REOPENED Deportation hearings for Kva Prime and Anna Lapina, the two Hue* sian girls who were smuggled across from Vladivostok on the liner Cross Keys by two sailors, were reopened at the Immigration station Saturday morning, at the Instance of Lloyd Jucct, of San Francisco, who is seek ing to prevent the deportation of Eva Prine, who, |t Is said, caftie to LUe United dUtca to marry hUu. STANFORD, CALIFORNIA GAME TODAY Cardinal Wearers Fear Hus ky Berkeley Players Will Take the Honors BY M. I> TK %CT IIBRKKUCY. Cat. Nov. 20—A dogged, determined lot of Mtanford root era arxl a merry, confident crowd of Calif ornlans wandered beneath tha oaks of the IWkeley turn pus today, awaiting tha opening of California field for the game whlcli will decftd? tha Coast ooiifrrervc* football cham pionship. Never In tha history of the IWke ley college had It g«u»e into a game so supremely confident that It would be i Blue and (told victory and a Hiue and Gold a«*rperifln« that would mark tha last momenta of daylight. And never In the history of Htan* ford dKI h«r nope* of winning Ibok quite So dark. Yet the famed Stan ford fighting spirit was liter % HTANrOHI) KtHMKK.H \\ \R\ ©r THE MUM The wearers of long cardinal itraunsr* strolled around the campui tMa morning with fa<-ee set and act jog much aa if they uiactsi the Cai tfnmtm bear to leap at them from be hind any oak tree, ami they ware reedy for him. Iteporta from training quartern and the field wrre not diecouraglng to either aide. I'robably the moet dia- CtMion waa ixuaed by tha su<lden announcement «»f Andy Hmlth. Call fornta'e hred coach, that he would aetid liar nee Into game at left tackle Instead of Dean. The reason for change waa a mystery Indications also were that Toney would appear at right tackle for California Instead of McMillan, whose lama foot still waa giving him trouble The field waa rapidly rounding Into shape during the morning The coachee thought the lineup would be. Califorata. giasfoed. turkey L K Pelouee Baraea L.T......... MrAlpin* Cm rotter ~L O ......... t'rtrtna !<ataam C ItKhter Majors • l**y |Ton»jr 1...H T pwrshin* ■ Muller ... It K K, fh hUuilemani *»*» (j It Achlatilvinaiin Sprott UH Wilcoi 1 MtMjr H. |( Templet on M«rrl«i.ri ...» P.... I Patrlek orftr-ui# iur#r»«. Gave) umpire, Clark; t>*ad litieeoiaa. Keriwl, field liet lerstry. see HARVARD KICKS FIELD GOAL IN GAME WITH YALE TALK HOWL, NKW HAVKN. Conn., Nov. 20. —Harvard kicked a fir id goal shortly after tlft» first nkirmish of the Yale Harvard game here thla afternoon. The score waa 3 to 0 at thia ntage of the game. Till*: HVOKK First quarter. Harvard 3, Yale 0. Second quarter, Harvard 3, Yale 0. Third quarter, Harvard 6. Yal© 0, FREIGHT RATE CONFERENCE ON With representatives present from •very steamship line operating In the transpacific tmdn, the Pacific Westbound conference whh In mn slon here today dls< ussing plans for stabilizing freight rates In wont ern water*. BOY DIES; CAN'T FIND HIS FATHER asking them to find a man named I asking the mto find a man named a mining engineer. William F. Kramer, Ho* 483, Fair* banks, Alaska, wrote the letter. He said that Klelnschmith's son Henry died In Fairbanks of the "flu" last spring. Young Kleinschmith had been in the Circle and Fairbanks dis tricts since 1902. Kramer said he met the elder Kleinschmith, Mrs. Kleinschmith and a daughter here 25 years ago. TOOK FARES; WAS 1 NO CONDUCTOR Petit larceny was charged against John Motto In a complaint filed by the prosecutor Saturday reciting that Motto obtained money from one J. Cohen by representing himself to be a street car conductor when his connection with the street railways had ended the day before* BURGLARS FILE KICK WITH COPS Complain Ethics of Game Not Being Observed; Resi dence Police Doubled Additional polio# protection for the central residence districts dur ing the night hours Rhh Ufn or dered by Chief W. 11. Bearing. as a result of the rrlma wave which has been sweeping oyer the city for the pH*t S'-ek. They ara bound by the canaJ, LAfce Washington, the boy and Hpokane sL. thus ern bracing Queen Anne hill. Capitol hill. Denny lilaine and tha dowihown av ttlUfV. Other districts are covered by pre cinct stations More than SO men wilt be assigned to protect R*attle hornet between t|*e hours of 4 o'clock *f.d midnight Good Night, Tkuiwu, Sow . This force la In addition to the regular night patrol and practically doubles the number of policemen on duty In the central residence die trtcts at night. Youths found wandering about the streets at night will be given par tlcular attention. It was announced at headquarters. It Is believed that young burglars are guilty of many of the recent crimes here. Additional prowler cars will alto be placed on the streets at night The sweeping "crime wave pro. taction- order wra* issued Friday right, following a star chamber ses sion between Chief Heating, the In apector and the captaina. Ilecauee of the Increased number of complaints, furloughs for mem bers of the force for Runday bavi been cancelled by Chief Bearing. Thieves Mutn't f Thieves caught loafing on the Job, failing to attend atrlctly to the busi neaa of thb vlng, will be tapped on the trllblea and told to get busy. Police aradetermined positively to tolerate no sleepers. Thieves either must work a full shift or get off the beat and let conscientious and hard working thieves have a clear field. Numerous complaints have been regiHtered at headquarters of the burglars' union ttiar the ethlca of the game are not being observed by certain unacrupulous members. The city Is suppoaed to be divided Into precincts, It was explained today by the secretary of the union, a burglar being assigned to cover each precinct. Poachers to Get Theirs Complaint was made last night j that Alexius Burns, assigned to rob I the Dcmiy Way precinct, held up a heavy set. dark oomplexloned pedes ! trlan, who apologised for his empty I pockets, but politely explained that | he had been robbed only two blocks i hack. Alexius Burns, after holding up four more pedestrians, all of whom registered the same complaint, In vestigated and found that Mike Mulligan, a discredited member of the union, who has been behind with his dues for a month, and wfto has been involved In several shady trans actions, was working the Burns' beat and picking off the cream of the i trade. Police today, after receiving a complaint from the burglars' union, said that burglars caught poaching on other burglars' reserves would be arrested without warning and would get theirs In police court. J. Jelleff was arrested at Hecond ave. and Washington st. last night ' fiuru to Tage 6, Column 2} ZSgf Is a Girl Safe? ***** Edith Will Tell CO/TH MA Y~ IK yo*i ware the village lilarksmith In g little country town— fF you have a beautiful daughter whose sw»Mneas and simplicity you priwtl ab«vn every thine in the world— IK her baauty won her an oppor tunity to become famous on Broad way overnlirht In a "girl show"— WOULD YOU let her go? WOULD YOU consider her safe In the feverish, frve and easy atmos phere back-stage In a New YorkJ frolic? >•>lllh May went! Her father and mother, faced with Just thai situation when the girl won the National Salesgirls' lleauty con test said: "Yes!" They had faith in the training sirs had received from childhood. What happened? KSdlth's own story, "My Adventures In the Midnight Krollc," will uppear exclusively In The Star— Beginning Monday. Watch for It. O'KEEFE GIVEN 2 TO 20 YEARS Maurice O'Keefe, 24. recently con vlcttd of fimt (tefrve forgery, waf wnlinrwl to from two to twenty yearn at Monroe by Superior Judge Boyd J. Tollman Saturday. O'Keefe was accused of representing himself as McAteer, of the MoAtwr Bhipt>uildin»r Co., and passirur a bo dun chock on a downtown store. At the time of the offense he was an es caped prisoner. TWO MEXICANS ARE SENTENCED Sentences of to fifteen yearn each at 4io state reformatory were Imposed by Judge >#Uchell Oil* Ham Saturday, on Ramon Fernan do* and Robert &inrhe*. Mexicans, char iced with stealing clothing from a downtown stor*. PEACE PRIZE FOR WILSON? STOCKHOLM Nov. 20.—News papers here declared today that Pres ident Wilson probably will be award ed thw Nobel peao» prixe. HIGHER PARK LEVY SOUGHT That the city of Seattle sftlunit a Charter amendment to the people to remove the levy fixed at one mill for park purposes, was the substance of a petltiton prepared by Corpor ation Counsel Walter F Meter Sat urday at the request of the park commissioners. The contemplated legislation would place the park levy In «he same cate gory ns the library assessment, the city council fixing the maximum levy In either case. HAROLD 11. WRIGHT, KIJSC TKICIAN at Bremertoti navy yard, was acquitted of theft at a hearing hrld Friday before U, 8. Commis sion oi' It. C« McClellund. TWO CENTS IN SEATTLE ' HELPLESS VICTIMS TRAPPED BY FIRE Pitiful Scenes Enacted as Tenants Go to Death in Doomed Building NEW YORK, No*. 10 —Nine pw- • sons *«r» killed tod»y In a fira which swept a tenement house la Harlem The ruin* were being searched for more bodies. The charred remains of three children were amoni the flrat carried from the building Most of the dead were unidentified. The tenement house had 108 ten ants The (Ire was discovered on the first floor. It spread to quick ly that iUrry Sturkars. who turned In the alnrm. found escape by Iha front door blocked by a wall of flame He climbed out of a ground floor window. With <i roar, the fire swept up tha stairway and whs aoon crackling thru the structure from basement to roof. Ttrrifled men. women anil children In their night clothing hung screaming from windows witfe" flames coming up behind them. Thru checking up the occupants> of the building. It was later discov ered that the victims werek Kalph Uibba. his wife. Anna, and. their four children. Cariwila, 7; Krmnk, 5; Lena. 1, and Jennie. IS months; Mrs. Ada Frank and Mr*. Bertha Reynolds and her daughter. I Ruth. It Many fled down fire escapes but others were unable to reach them and remained at the windows until firemen reached them with scaling ladders. ' JI MP FROM WINDOWS TO SIDKWAIJiS Other* jumped from the second •tory window* to the sidewalk, many *u*talnlng alight Injurlea. The great crowd watching groaned when two figures at one window, silhouetted again*t the red glare of the fire behind them, suddenly vail* Ished a* a flame puffed out thru the opening. Firemen reported that other tlm* appeared to have been trapped In their Several charred foim* were found huddled at b«d> room doors where they had fallen a* they were groping their way thru the denne rmoke. Chief Kenlon believe* the fire mar have *t*rted In the wicker baby carriage* In the lower hall. Ther* were five of them at the point where the flame* were flr*t noticed. BODIES OF 15 RECOVERED IN LAKE TRAGEDY HANGOR, Me., Nov. 20 Rescuer* have recovered 15 bodies from Cheouncook lake, where a party oC woodsmen leaped Into the water ye«- torday. after their boat had cauirht fire. The men were employed by th« Great Northern Paper Co. Back firing of the motor Ignited the gaao line tank of the boat. ONE DEAD AND MANY HURT IN DETROIT FIRE DETROIT, Mich., Nov. 20.—On* man Is dead and several Injured as the result of a fire which swept th# Savoy hotel here today. The hotel was occupied chiefly by sailors and dock workers. $2,000,000 IS LOSS IN FLAMES AT NEW ORLEANS NEW ORL.ICANS. Nov. 20.—Dam age estimated at $2,000,000 was sus tained by the Cuyamel Fruit and Steamship Co. when fine, believed caused by sparks from an engine, svrept thru its great shed on tha river front here today. Baby Girl Scalded to Death in Boiler BI7RNB. Ore, Nov. 20—Ruth Smith, aged 2, whHe walking back wards, tumbled into a boiler full of hot water which had been placed on the floor. She was so seriously scald* ed she lived only a few hours. LIE'S PROSPEROUS n BOOTLEGGER In the counter charges heinjf hurled at each other by Katherine M. and Chas. M. Peterson In their contested divorce suit l»efore acting 1 Superior Judge C. C. Dal ton, Mrs. Peterson testified that her husband earned S2V«OUO this yeur ua a bouU legger.