nine burned in TENEMENT
■ | | ■ 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.
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
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
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
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*
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
Fear He May Be Held for
Hostage by Seattle
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
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*
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
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
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
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,
"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
"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
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
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
Irnik" brought the Japanese lad
to the city hospital. whfri> he wa*
Mill unconscious Saturday afternoon.
It la poselble that the boy'* skull la
"I'll Help You
Pay. for Your
"I am a young man of
good character. I am looking
for a comfortable pftico to
"I will pay you |250 a year,
or more, as rental. If you
will offer mo the uac of your
"You can reach me by run
ning a 'room for rent' ad In
"ON K l>V A THOUSAND."
Note: Telephone your ad to
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
leaned from custody.
Presiding Judge J. T. Itonald ad
judged her perfectly normal Wednes
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
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.
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
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 %
\\ \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.
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
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.
First quarter. Harvard 3, Yale 0.
Second quarter, Harvard 3, Yale 0.
Third quarter, Harvard 6. Yal© 0,
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
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*
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
Other districts are covered by pre
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
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
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
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
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}
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
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
>•>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
KSdlth's own story, "My Adventures
In the Midnight Krollc," will uppear
exclusively In The Star—
Watch for It.
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
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*.
STOCKHOLM Nov. 20.—News
papers here declared today that Pres
ident Wilson probably will be award
ed thw Nobel peao» prixe.
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
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 '
Pitiful Scenes Enacted as
Tenants Go to Death in
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
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
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
JI MP FROM WINDOWS
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
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
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, 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.
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.
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
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