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TACOMA hDeather ■■■ ■ ■ Tonight and Friday, rain; ■ ■■IB Moderate Southwesterly J||l' Weather VOLUME 23 Paul Bunyan Reconstructed Pup. A Burst of Poetry. Paul a.* a Sourdough. South Sea Adventure. When The Star railed for Panl! Banyan Knu. U palled dotrn upon its hfitd muck a »m of legend that tknr it no foniMilv of pewlino wore Ikon 9 tmnll percentage of thr MrWlml material » " U poaaibU- to make irWMflii, ke» eaume ma me ■wlrri of m"- tplnnme kai« atuttfl the old briar ml* I'eer- I less. hunchrd up thr firr and alarlrd te. ttomf of the stories are In thr Imoothrit of f.'apliak, tome of them in thr real lonimoor of the old-timer, momr of them urUtea bp pen. and soane in pencil, none by tppeu-rUe• It mutt be comeedrd that the pen • nine flaroe pf Paul Huupan kaa beni brnt Mnirynl in thr einnnaerlpla from kuade more are*mtomrd to a . double-bit!-,I ajr than to the tools of authorahip Kverp ttory nbnillnl mil be turned over to the VutvPemHp of Wumkmnpton to help in pn'nertdmo the folk lore created bp real Ameri can*. MUH KKB I II.T IMMi ll\li KK\ KKSIItI K IKt.H Editor The lur: Paul took hln out mumhovruk loaded with m-rni tron. railed hie pet dog Zip lo hln •trie and off thejr went. II wasn't kmc until %>P wu °n the trail of a big bark. The hark made a abort lorn around a small box tree. The dun failed to mm thin move and ran hand first Into It, spbttlng hlmaelf clear thru, making a clean rut from the Up of bis none to tha tip of hi* tail. Paul picked the dog up while he wan still warm and put him toirether with two feet up and two feet down no that when he sot tired of run Bin* on one pair of W*n, he could flop over and run on the other two. U L. HOI'DK. r Sea tils, * n e VKKSE ON TMK KAMOI f» IHII Ml KIVKK UKIVK Editor The atur. Ulthlna'a tUim to Paul Ilunyan la undisputed. I be. Ueve I logged m that grand old Mats In Its*, and Paul was well known at that time. I have a lengthy | verne by tha iAimherman l'oe(. ' which dearrtbea a winter of Paul's j career and contains many marvel* All the logging wan done on a sin- > gte pvnimldk-nl In contour. It chronicles the Round river drive. ) Paul, like many another free In nee cf th« old days, operated without re gard for surveys or section linen; In fact, didn't know or care where be won until spring™ At lest. a hundred mitflon In. Turns lime for driving to begin. We krnk» «ur rollwsre with • rneh. And stnriod tkra In# rain end eluah Ta drive n>e hundred million den « t fell ee ranched eome eaarmUi leal We dide't kn«e Ike rtveCa nun* ttnr where to •'.meokea null it <-eme. Rot flsur*<l • #»!. without n rtanbl. Tn errtn* good town 'tweuld nnng ua Ml, If w* otoerf« *<i (he oaunl plan And drove tha war the river ran Wall, nfter e« had drtven for At leeet iwo weehe. and mart** mora. We enrt!* upon n pyramid That loeard juet Ilka our forty did. ItflM two waeka mora end than we A enmp that looked Juet Ilka the iaat. Two waeha, again. another, lee. Tkni looir-'i like our camp tine la view. And then we realised st teat Thai »e'rr ramp Ihst we had pneeed Wee onra. Tee. It wea than we found jTke river wr eaa on waa round! There's lots more, as good and ' better, but this la fair anmpie. GBOKGE MII.I.EK. Hentlle. • • • ai m: A risiiKKMAN IN TIJK KOI Til SK.VH Editor The n»v Paul "**•'* llv * In the South Sea lulanda Paul play ed with my father when Father waa ■Hfc boy. father In 140 yam old now In Paul'* younger day*, he waa quite a flahermiui. He caught the two whai<« Noah had In hia ark. One cold night, Paul went out to catch a few flali He had no llcker and Paul had to take a -barrel of nllro glycerine along. He drank It all and home In high apirita. with hla '' boat on hla back that he had made out of a a mail achooner. They had mor'- fiah than all the Jnim could eat In a year. M. . . € Hi"rr.o pktbk hkhki.no J}Ui THK .HTKAITH Editor The Mar: Paul Uunyan and Peter Ileh'rlng took a contract from the Ruaalan gov.-rnment to dig the Hehring Htralta. Alaaka wax formed and they kept on digging and (Turn to I.*at Page. Column I) Mother Earth la one of the mM trust worthy ruetodlann of our in vestment fund*. When w» l»uy a plot of earth we have an Invent m«nt that »t»y* located. It glve« at the neartHt thin* to un»hak able own*r*hlp known to man. Many Investment* offer no tan fifrle return. Hut land ll** there whT" It han lain «lnee the crea tion. true to It* owner, ready to pay It* due dividend* On the Clarified fare of The otar you 11 find Heat tie'* b*«t buy* In acreage and r*»l e»tatc. Th« hest thing to own on earth ift a part of the earth. PASSENGER DROWNS What Becomes of Suffragets? *** * * * * * * Victory Scatters the Workers A group of suffrage worker* who are giving thanks today that their labors art ended* Upper left, Lury Bran ham; up per right, Betty Gram: renter, Doris Stevens; lower left. Hazel Hunkins; lower center, Clara Louise Rowe; lower right, Mary Dubrow. BY (iRORGF. W. WATERS WASHINGTON. Not. 2S —II waa argued In the laat days of the hard suffrage campaign that legislature* ought to ratify In ofderto release ths army of women striving for tha vote for other lines of endeavor. The organ Users fof the national woman a' party, who were pakl sala ries, worked hard In ordsr to work themselves otit of jobm. H\L\UIKH HtOPFKI) WIIKN VOTK WAS TAKEN If a bunch of carpenters had I»een building a fenc# and saw no other Job# in sight, they might have spent two days on It when It could be done In one. Hut not theae girls' In their Icbbyinir before legislatures, and es pecially In Tennessee, for final vic tor), they forgot their salaries would atop when the vote waa taken. However, these brilliant young women weren't Idle long. Not one of them needed to search the help wanted columns for something to do. They were sought by employers—or huslstnds. ftetty Oram. Portland, Ore., who had dropped her musical education fotir years ago to answer the call of Alice Paul for suffrage pickets not sfrald of prison, sailed a few we<>kji ago for Germany to complete her musical studies. I>orls Htevens. Omaha, who quit her musical studies to become a suf fragist militant, has income an authoreas and has already published her first liook. "Jailed for Freedom." FICOM PICISON TO TKAOIIMi lIIHTOKY lAicy Bran ham, beautiful society girl of Baltimore, left, the stirring days of picketing and prison senten ces and now teaches Kurope&n his tory nt Columbus university. The suffrage victory added to the supply of teachers when Mary I»tin brow, Parnate, N. J., look a Job In an industrial normal school In her home town. • Haxll Hunklns, Hilling**, Mont., ha* mlled for Kmrlamf to make a utudy of tiie cd-operative movement and will noon return with her Informa tion to given to groups of farmers and worker*. Other girl worker* In the suffra* gist movement, after they helped prove woman'* place iHn't. In the home all the time, decided to prove woman'* freedom to choo*e. ONK OF 'KM MVHKIKI) A Vl\(i\/INK RDITOK Irl* Calderhead, Kansas City, for Instance, married John ffrlivben Walker and with him edit* a maga zine; Clara I/>ulse Itowe. Hyrrtcuse, N. Y., I* now Mr*. Donald McCraw; Ml** fletnefxA Mourwk'h, New York CMsr. Is the wife of Ferdinand do Key her, short story writer* and the The Seattle Star Bnt«r*«l u M«H»ad n«M Miller May I. Iltl, at III* P»«ai«»ffW at •••UK Wuh., un4<*r tht Art of CanfMN Marrti ». lift Pw T«tr, br Mall. Mla $• mother of * anuill feminist daughter Vivian PHtrm* has taken up phllan (hroptr work. fUnrtml of th» organizers of th* woman'* party have remained with It to help with the organisation of Ita national convention. February IS. Then#* nr* Anita I'ollttxrr, <*harleg. ton. fl. C: CkttMrtne KYaiumn, Mart ford. Conn.; Hue White, I/ehanon. Tenn, and Klisabeth Kalb, Houston. Ttlii PRESIDENT RECEIVES "GOODIES" FROM HIS ADMIRERS OVER U. S. WASHINGTON, Nov. ZS. Amoni the "goodie*" which dec orated th«- libit of f'resident Wil son on Thanksgiving Ihty wrre many present* received from ovpt thf country. One of the two turkeys waa served. Other present a Included: Apples from Oregon and Mary land. Pecans from ILouisiana. Great bunches of celery. A dozen part ridges. Mrs Wilson attended church but the president did not go The president'* family In spend I rig a quiet day, with dinner to be served this evening. AVIATOR MAKES SPEED RECORD HITCH El* FIELD, M taenia, L. 1., Nov. C. C. Mosaley, \J. H A., won the Pulltxcr air trophy here this afternoon by flying over the 132 mllo course at the rate of 190 rnlles an hour. Moseley nffDtlatM the coun*e In 44 minute# 2ft.57 seconds. He made the first of tf»#» four lap* at the rate of Itl rnlltw an hour. Moaeley's time shattered all rec orda for speed In competition. The former record of 187 ml lea an hour wan made at the recent Cordon Ben nett cup race In France by Hodle !*•- coult. a Frenchman, In a N leu port Hpedal plane. The American today drove a Ver vllle (American) machine equipped with a 600-horse power Packard en gine. Capt. If. K. ffartney, also of ths army, wan second. He covered the course In 47 minute*. .003 seconds, at the rate of 178 rnlle* an hour. He piloted a Thomas Morse American machine, driven by a 300 horse power Wright motor On the Issue of Americanism There Can Be No Compromise SEATTLE. WASH., THURSDAY, NOVKMHF.It 25. 1020. Funeral of J. D. T arkey Is Observed Thousands of Seattleite* Pay Solemn and Painful Tribute John T)o« Turkey, bandit of the Thanksgiving table, la no more. Hla (Hniar waa solemnly obwrvad today in tlionaandg of Heattl* homes — aolemnly and painfully. In soma. John waa no quitter. He went to his death atolldty. without a aquawk Ilia had been a gay life, while It laated. He was no l»etty pickpocket; he went In for the big money. Hla last act waa the highway robbery of thouaanda of honeat rltlxens. In recompense he ha* paid with his "pound of flesh/* but at •& cents a pound. Bom* of hi* victim* went to church before th#i efrfmony that attended hi* burial. There were apecial **r« vice* everywhere. And most every body Intended going to the football KHmc, If they were able. A (treat many felt that they had something to be thankful for, Indud Ing We*tern ave. rommlnalon mer chant* and numi-rou* butcher*. Rear Admiral Stitt It Surgeon General WASHINGTON, Nov 2RHear Admiral Hhode* titt, head of the naval medical school. become* etir geon general of the navy today, *uo ceedimr Hear Admiral W. C. liralated, who ffoea on the retired ll*t. Former Kaiserin's Death It Expected RERUN, Nov. 25—Th* former kalserln'a court chaplain has been summoned to Doom, where alio la critically ill with heart dla<j*ae» Ij<ut Week Today AUTO KILLS U. OF W. MAN CRIMINALS, POLICE IN GUN DUOS Bullets Whiz During Wild Thanksgiving Eve in Seattle After « fun battle with Patrolman OMirfi V Itcynotda in Chinatown lata Wedneaday af tor noon, a youth ful tl iwldlrr, believed to b* a high way-man. wu at liberty Thursday white held hi* coat, hoping to fM»a the nuui to fit It. Another exhibition of gunplay wu given at Heventh ave. and Olive «t , Wadnaaday night by Patrolmen R. It. Mouitan and A. J. Hill In halting an alleged hop head who had amcaped from them. IfarokS (iunther. 17, and Kllla Wood*. IT. are lieid on open charge*. f&a<*h lad curried a fully loaded gun when arretted by Hergt. W. V. Don tan t»hd Patrolman K Vallet in a ptwwier ear on Itth art. UTft night Woeida aiao Itad a dangerou* looking knife INIPK HI WIMT ARMKD; HIIOTH HKKII Reynolda waa driving by Seventh ave. K on Jackaon at.. In hi* auto when he noticed the ex aoldler atand Ing on the comer and augpacflng him of being a hop-he«d. the pollc* man *to|>|ied and atarte<| to aearch him. In atarrh of hypo mark*, neynolda ordered him to take off hla coat When he did ao Reynold* noticed a blue revolver In hla rear pocket The ex aoldier ran. Keynolda started after htm. firing Into the aJr, and atumhled. The e* eoldler la believed to have the fir* with two A\oin. Ht Into the Midway hotel and could not be found by a pom# of pa trolman who aearc h«vl the building mi R SHOT* MML/T Kt.KKIN(i IMJI'K HI HPKrT C K OrMti, SI, waa the man halt ad by Moulton and Hill. The poltc* mrn found a hypo outfit on him. they aay. lie fl«l, but quickly halt* ed whan tha offlotr* flrad four ahots Into the air. A large crowd wua at* trarted by tha firing. Groats waa later releaaed. Wh«n H«*rgt. Tfcmlan called on flunther and Woods to atop they ran Th»y were caught In front of Mil l*th ave.. after a ehaae of aeversl hlorka. ltraldes the min and knlfa. eitra ahella were found In tha lads' pockets. Diamond ring, valued at I*oo. waa stolen from Mrs. Costflk), Argyle hotel. 142* Hlsth ave. according to her report to Detective GUea Humph rev Thuraday. Chlld'a hank, containing $lO. gold w*.tch and chain were taken fmm the home of D. C. Antrel. A7&O 12th ave N. W„ hv hitrglara who entered the house by breaking a window. Archltecta* Inatruments. valued at $250, were atolen from the office of A. Wheat bey, 42H Walker building. HARDING READY TO EAT TURKEY BALBOA, Cans I Zone. Nov. 25. President-Elect Harding of the United Btates will eat Thankaglvlng dinner tonight with President Porras, of Panama. In the presi dential palace. Attired in while befitted to this tropical climate, Benator Harding enjoyed a giime of golf aa a Thanks giving day recregtlon. It waa prob ably the warmest Thankaglvlng day the prealdent.elect ever experienced. Senator Harding yeaterday In spccted the canal, paying particular attention to the tlstun locks. REDS SLAYING DOOMED FOES MOSCOW, Nov. 25. -<l?y Wlrele*g.) An official statement Isaurd here today Announced that the troop* of General Balahovltch, antl Holshevlk lender, were "stuck In the bog* of I'olyeala, surrounded by an Iron band of Hed troop*." "They muat not be permitted to eacape," the statement *ald. "They muat perish in the bog»" VERY LATEST FALLS OVERBOARD OFF FAUNTLEROY PARK A paasenger—whether man or woman—is not known —fell from the steamer Washington, formerly the Flier, at 11:30 a. m. today, as the steamer was proceeding toward Tacoma, off Fauntleroy park, and was drowned. A. J. Rohan, who lives on the bluff overlooking the Sound at the point where the tragedy is thought to have occurred, telephoned to The Star that then onat stopped, sounded its whistle several times, and then hurriedly lowered a life boat, manned by three sailors. For a half to three-quarters of an hour the life boat and the steamer cruised about on the choppy «ea, searching for the missing passenger. Rohan said he watched the search thru a pair of pow erful glasses. Apparently unsuccessful, the life boat at length gave up the search and was hoisted to the Washington, which then proceeds for Tacoma. BLOODY THANKSGIVING-DAY RIOT IN NEW YORK NEW YORK, Nov. 25.—Irish sympathizers leav ing St. Patrick's cathedral, where a memorial serv ice was held this afternoon, attacked the Union club on the opposite aide of Fifth avenue, where a Brit ish flag was flying with the American and French emblems. The usual Thanksgiving crowds were strolling along Fifth avenue when a shout arose from a group which had just left the cathedral. Members of this group Itegan gesticulating and pointing toward the Union club, from which a British flag was flying. Suddenly a stone sailed thru the air and crashed thru a big plateglaas window on the ground floor. The group shouted approval. Soon every window on the ground floor was broken. Other Sinn Fein sympa thizers coming from the cathedral joined those in the street until there were more than a hundred. As they began to surge across the street toward the club building, however, a squad of policemen dashed in front of them and turned them back. Fists flew and clubs rose and fell. Several civilians were knocked unconscious and were carried away by their friends. Several staggered away by themselves, holding hands to bloody heads. The police were vic torious and again the crowd was thrown back behind the deadline. There the Sinn Fein sympathizers and onlookers were still massed more than fui hour after the trouble began. * * * EVERETT HIGH OVERWHELMS SALT LAKE TEAM SCORE, END OF THIRD QUARTER: Salt I.ake, 0; Everett, 39. Kverelf* Prep school football team outclassed the East Side high school eleven from Knit Lake nt Everett today. rushing up an overwhelming score. Kverett relied on line plunKes and shifts around the win* for hi* gnin*. The Kverett teem nlswrt 1» - •» ma< hlne and swept the lighter Bait Lake team off It* feet Salt l-»ake foujrht hard but couldn't pierc® the struug aSvai'ell uet* ~.,v. KIRMT Q1 AKTKK- kicked off to Halt Lake on the 30- yard line. Salt Lake made yarda«e on two runa around end and loat I mil on fumble. Kverett'■ lull on Salt Lake's 40-yard line. Kveretl made yardage on line plunge*. Two more plunge* carried lull to 20-yard line. Wtlaon fumbled on 6-yard line, savin* sure touchdown. Hurrows punted 26 yard* out. Kveretfa I toll on Salt Uike'n .10-yard line. Kverett continued line plunges and Wllaon carried ball over Tor flrat touchdown after five minutes' play. Sherman missed goal. Score, Kveretl, 8; Salt l,al<e, 0. Kverett kicked off to Salt Lake to 30 yard line. Henderson tnade 12 yards around left end. A pus*. lienderaon to Smith, failed. Hrnderson punted 20 yard* off-aid*. Kverett'* ball on her own 40-yard line. Kverett carried I will 30 yard* by line plunge*. Henderson Inter cepted p<ih* on hta own 20-yard line. Purrows punted 36 yard*. Kverett'* ball on her own 4 K yard line. Kverett ajtaln marched ball down field and quarter ended with ball on B:ih I.nke'* 2 yard line. Score: KterxU, 6; Salt laike, 0. HKCOND QCARTRR- Sherman plunged thru center for the see ond Kverett touchdown Sherman missed goal again. Score: Kvmtt, I!: Salt I«alte, 0. Kverett kicked off to Salt Lake Salt I-ake* ball on own 16-yard line. Kveretl held, and Henderson punted 80 yarda. Kverett'* ball on own 40-yard line. Kverett forced ball 12 yards and (Hissed. Carlson to Nixon, failed. Kverett ngaln pounded the line and Sherman Morgan and Wllaon carried ball to Halt Uike's 10 yard line. #Aerman hit left guard for Kverett'* third touchdown. Hrtt kicked goal. Score: Kverett, IV; Salt l<al<e, 0. Kverett kicked off over goal line. Salt Lake's bull on own 20-yard line Kverett hold* and Jewke* kick* 40 yard*. Carlaon fumbled and Salt Lake recovered. Salt Lake* ball oa own 40 yard line. Salt Lake loat II yard*. Two paaae* fulled and third paa* completed for no gain. Jewke* punted 35 yard* to Kverett'* 40 yard line. Kverett again started march to touchdown. On line play* WilKon carried ball over. llVltt kicked goal. Scorc: Kverett, J8; Salt IjAke, 0. Everett kicked off 40 yard*. Salt Lake'* ball on own 10-yard line. Morgan Intercepted long pa*s. Kverett's ball on own tO-yard line. Half end*. Score: Kvervti, 26; Salt 1-ake, 0. * * * W. S. C.-NEBRASKA SCORE LINCOLN, Neb . Nov. 25. Waahlngton State, 7; Nebra*ka, 7. First quarter: Washington State, 0; Nebraska, 7. Second quarter. Pennsylvania, 28; Cornell, 0. Final *rore. * * * CITIZEN ROBBED OF $4O Going home this morning. H. L. McKinla*. 244 27th ave. N.. was halted by a man who stepped out of a shadow behind him and exclaimed: "Come back heru till I *ee what you've got." Mbetak ing the man for a detective, McKlnnl* Mopped. The man relieved him of $46, and overlooked $4O more In another pocket. %®i Ath W Jfcjp TWO CKNTS IN SEATTLE IS DROWNED AS MACHINE TURKS OVER Fraternity and Law School Student Accident Vic tim Near Tacoma. Elmer Riley, University of Faib» ington law student and overseen vet> • ran of the aviation corps, w »i lulled when an sutomotilie In which hal was riding oveturned on the Bumner-I*ojr» * allup road. Thanksgiving morning. <S. K. * Ira ham. of Seattle, who «U driving the car, was wrlously In lured. He waa pinned l« neath th* car with Riley. He I* In the Oenerol. hospital. In Tacoma. Four other puwiiprf til th* ear" were severely bruised. The tnjn*«4 were picked up and carried to TMM raa on an Interurban train. Members of the party rave their addresses an 114 Melroee av*. K. H. K. MandevlUe. lire. a. E. Gnijiam. A. W. Newman and Mia. Keith were all badly shaken up, but their Injuries are not considered serV ou* CAIGHT IN POOL OK WATKR; DKOWNKD The car skidded. Graham said, when he turned out to allow another car to paas. The automobile oa«»> sixtd. piiinin* oraham and Rilejr be neath the heavy tonneau. Kiley was caught In a pool of water. Before h* could be reacucd he had drowned All efforts at resuscitation failed. Young Kiley was a member of th* second year law class at the Univer sity of Washington, a sergeant la th* aviation corps overseas, and an In structor in wrestling with the T. M> C. A. here. He was a member of th* Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. WAS GRADI'ATK OF BKI.IJNGHAM NORMAL, Riley was a paduali oI the Btfh Ingham normal school. (If had bnt principal of the Eatonvllle, Wwh, grade school, and a coach and In structor in the hljrh school there. Ha left to enlist in the aviation aarvie* at the beginning of the war. The horn-" of the dead unlreraltjr man waa in Tacoma, where hla brother. Frank Riley, la a prominent attorney. ALAMEDA HOME BOMB WRECKED Police Are Seeking Dyna mite Planter I OAKLAND. Cal.. Nov. IS —Two at tempted Iwmb outrages figured in the report* of the Oakland and AU» meda police departments today. The home of J. P. Hntfield, Ala meda, wan partially wrecked by an explosion of dynamite. Fire followed the explosion. A small boy told the police that ha mw a man drive to the house In an automobile and leave two packages in the yard. Police are attempting to locate this man. The second "bomb" was a crude gas filled affair, made of a hot water bottle, which Mrs. J. 11. Cralaton, of Oakland, reported to the police had been thrown thru the window Into lier bedroom early today. She Mid she threw It out the window, but the fumes caused her to faint. Extra Forces to » Watch W. U. Crew MIAMI, Klu., Nov. 25. Assistance arrived thin morning: from the nHvul station at Key West to help officers aboard submarine chaser No. 154 In guarding workmen of the Western Union Telegraph Co. and to prevent the connection of a cable across Bison yn* bay, between this city and Miami beach. Two chasers are now patrolling the bay and all during last night high powered sea nrh lights werf thrown on the barges where 15 West ern Union employes are being de tained.