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MURDER AND OUTRAGE Ul LARD FIGHT Bitter Feeling Aroused in Contest for Rich Silesian Mine District VPrrfsw* •* •# rloh*ot «•*•: mino roficoß of Ku r*p* P» iMvrninM in » p i»t«artte to M m Vppr *roond II Ki« en 4 G#rmon« or» iimii th*i tn*? sholl "e+rrr" «*• jito. and much fooitnt hmm artß*n Vr%m Mnl CIH On>*t Pvttln to rfp«'n th* Brtuai rondl >'ei)owtnt ui hi* fire* BT CARI, P. 11 BO AT |T OPPKtN. I'pper ttilc*la. FYh. 11.— WPpper Sileeta la preparing for eelf Htfet erm Inallo n amidat term nam. The rtch coal dlatrlct is armed the teeth and eufterin* the penal- of armament. Murder*. holdups and the moat atrocities are common. And Hmt are becoming more ao. The rS*l4«nt population llvee in dreed of | Violent demonstrations. enUUN BUMRt rOIJHH VIOI .F.N CK 'Pollah violence l« unquestionably •I tho foot of an our difficulties," : Landrat L,uka.«chek. Herman leader 1 «r. Md mo today. "The Germans are systensati.-ally Wing foro* agahist ua" Herr Kor laaty, Pollah leader, declared. B "A real oiaah between the tw* na ) Bin I 111 I— aeema Impotwible prior to Jmta the Orst and second day* of or may break out when the ■pbsutln hare been announced " mid Kk prominent KnglUhman. a member ' *t MM IntaraiUad commisaloD hera. The British repreaentaUre admit lad the dlatrlct waa crammed with < Vhat nm/MioN Ps ixßvrr.uitjr mba ekane far a great as i here." be said, "la (act. I It la inerltable." | I talked with French, German. fMWk BdUab and American ob Bare that rtolenee will rasa There wm SHM talk ot am din* a delega tion to Pi iSik nt elect Harding of tbe United States, anting blm to use bis tafloenoe for saner and quieter con Otto as during the plebisr-i ta Germans here charged Pnbind trtth 'ending bands across the bor | Pagan la order to Influence voter* nyalnet easting their banota for Oer asany. AJeo, It was charged. Ui* i* hope was that many t'pper silealans L Being abroad, but planning to return War tbe Hsbtaoltew would be tnght Baaed from ths project. Agpsni Uy authenticated oaaas of •Utragee were pnwated by Oeaaraaa as the work 0 1 Polish lavadrra Upper HMana have a grim Joke awarding the "BntkMdnng kommls ■trill" Mloroblng commimlonl. a band Or robber* which steals jewelry and Oothlng, leavfng their trlctima to ted their way home naked. nfty Ove eases of murder were i» parted kteenii September and Jana ary. whereas murder waa TtrtaaOy aa known la th* district prior to the Oermans eharged that Polhdi •poops, paid by Potiah propagandist* SHANER ft WOLFF! CLOTHES SERVICE Better Hurry! They're Going Fast Odd Lots in Overcoats We've not more than 100 of these odd overcoats yrith one and two of a kind. k While they last you get Values Up to $45.00 -$19.75 and Values Up to $65.00 - $26.75 Don't neglect this opportunity to make a really big saving. Come in today and have advantage of the better selection. SHANER & WOLFF 916 Second Avenue, Near Madison "CHEEK RUBBING'* BY STANFORD STUDENTS IS ORDERED STOPPED *TA VmRD nVTVKRfJTTY. Cat, Feb. 11 —Stanford n»n need not be eo particular now about smooth ahsves, and ths girls will not have -to km the kind of mug* that doMn t rub off. Rmom "cheek t.vdleek" dan ctng ku been pliiood under Uw ban Urst tho faculty frowned on that popular ■port. And now tho thing haa boon made final br (bo women's con ferenea, "Tho attention of tho women's conference ha* heen nailed to Ufe eitent of tho 'cheek tcvcheek' dan olng on this oampoa, * road a let ter to tho women * conference sent to sach sorotity house. "Considerable criticism has born made by h.»th men and worn *n chaperon*.'" Then tho letter savs tho confer ence stand* behind tho attitude of tho faculty. And that It nupposed to est tlo It. FAST BOAT AND LIQUOR SEIZED Three Men Captured by Coast Guard Cutter Sl* thonaaod worth of ohoioe liquor and a fast ga* boat valued at H #o* went In pcnassslon of federal authorities Friday and three men were in county JaD for whisky running a* the result of a capture by the roast guard cutter Areata off point No I'olot early Wednesday. The three tn >*ll are O Eines Bwe, *ll Height building, alleged owner snd master of the launch Ssarchlisht: John Nelson and John Libby While the Areata was lying at anchor near Point No Potnt. with nil light* out. earty Wedneedey morrv ing. llchti were seen near trie shore Daylight rv\ea!ed the Searcnllirti-. As the Areata approached a men appear *4 on deck and started to throw bot tl«w overboard. CapC L. A. Lons dale of the Armta threatened him with a gun. Bubeequent search of the shoreline revealed the cache of liquor which was L"OUkht to Seattle. Archbishop Will Leave for Rome PHUODELPHIA. re*. 11.—Areh hishop DennO J. Dougherty, men turned In ROB* dtspatcbee as likely to be created cardinal at the forth coming consistory there, win leave fir Home within 1» days. It was authoritatively stated here today. and the Polish Red Cl-Oea. have been scattered thru the district. Tbla is denied emphaUcaltr by PaHsb air Lhurttlea. While I was In Kattawtta a arar <ier of the most brutal nature oo <«rre«l only a short duaano* from my hotel Tbe nest night there was a spectacular battle in which grea adaa aad revolvers figured. There waa also a series of robberies. Polk* ■ ere not noUceahte during these die tnrfaancea. One element which la OOuiWng both German* and Poles to entnmurv There were many evidences of its growth tn the district. Russian bolahevlks have been aa busy la t'p per Rlleola aa they bave In oilier parts of the world. HARDING WILL RUSH INAUGURAL m\ Speed to Capitol With out Escort frr AmffrriNß. ni, rob n President-elect Hording will ride to tho capital in an automobile without an eerort aa faat aa tho opood low* of the District of Oolumbla permit and return at on<s> to tho Whit* Houss after a few appropriate rem ark ■ fol lowing his Inauguration aa president at tho L r nlte«l Ntatee March 4. hi ■old yesterdsy. discussing his ln*u£ ural piano. There win be no oortal function at the Whits House on Inauguration day. Harding Hold "I am going to have my father and my brother and aiatera thus for luncheon." Harding •aid. "I may even tfo a nttlo and maylio I will appoint »o«ns of tlie faithful to office that day." h« added. Harding haa eettlsd down In an Im pmvlsed off 100 at hi* hotel here for a three-weeks grlml 1 'Una to organise a o^mln bitratlon group In the senate. In which the old senate "oligarchy," In eluding l.odge and Penrose, will pUy a le« Important part than former I)', are under way among senator* eepe daily friendly to I'rcsiilsnt-elect Harding. It waa learnej fiorn a re liable source. RAIL MANAGERS FIGHT FOR CUT Continue Demand for Wage Reduction cmcAoo. re*. ti—Railroad owwn. will carry iWr n«ht to |w« • reduction to w*gm of oa«fclll«»l r*nm*<J lab«rtn <0 Um> eniployae tbaouelrto, U >u announced bece today. Kalltn* to ahtotn aUMMItM from (be I'rltrd llttiM railroad labor Nrnrd which n had to abro*»ie immediately national wwkln* s cr~-m«r. I*. the railroad* now plan to center their affort* on the question. Aorordlnf to the plana th« roa<bi will praceed Individually to •ak oonferancea with onaklllad em ployee »*•»■ wa«e redtwtlona. Tha labor ho*rd today WM «*■ parted to make lt« decuion to the Drat aaee Inrolvtnc war* «»to. |W>th otdea ramiiWrf praeentotlan of evidence In the Atlanta, Hirmtng ham A Atlantic railroad contro versy taut nl*hL Tha road ae*k» authority to reduce wajrea an the rrouDd that It would *o bankrupt If it Un't allowed to do on. The decfulon In thla caaa wfTl ea tehluh a pre<<ed«at end should it bo favorable to the read there un doubtedly will be a flood of to tba board for atmlUr war* elaabra American Girl Is Capt* Boy-Ed Bride UkSCAfiTKn. frb. Vtrgtnta Mack%r-«*i>ilth b*narr>« lh« brWl« of Capt M«r M »n IWttn j«»- trntar »h« ttf rt*u*tit»r of th. kU Ruhop AlrtMi'W Markar Smith of th# Prt>t«n*nt K:pUßr>TmJ 4fc»<*— of Panarjrfvama. Tb« waa •»«"• o«rm«n MTil attach. at Wa*hln«tun atv! •U netlM by M* «<■*»remt! In Lx*»mb»r. nil. at Pr.ri4.nt WU r.n * r*qu*at. THE SEATTLE ST AIT HERE IS MOREABOUT EX-KAISER STARTS ON PAGE ONE thar*, on • thru trfjv In tha nant' month 1 rlatlrd aa kulnar and kin* of tha Uarman am pita my unfor ■rttal'la frlmd. I rain Juarf In Vlafina. | -TIIK WOI»l.n I yOfIHKP DIH KIIKNT THKN" "Tha world lookad dlfTVrant than than now Whan you war* (till a haby 1 arrlvad at Roma Who could than hara (uaaaad that tha frland would bacoma tha anatriy at lha world? I waa aomattmaa warned, and It waa not without Intention that I •howrd tha Italian Vlrtor Kmmanutl in July, If 11, my fl««ot at Kli I." "flan.ral Von Oontard dlrartad th» attention of the kalaar huriiaitly from political quaallon* with tha nru tiwl question "If your majeaty wtTI permit, fhla yotin« Hollander la a higher taai tier of tha Carman lan«u*«a.- The kalKer undrratood tha taten tfUn of hla ronetant c«»mpinion, ll* *•»* ellent a moment, and thrn xaM "Mo I hope you undoriAand thln«» of the middle aim. You rarnll Waller Von I>ar \ • ■*tr*lw»i u. Tha affair* of hla home land wera a mat te r of holy *ertou*nea* with hlrn. «nd what w<>i>4"rfully beautiful Una* he hae pn>diiond ovar lha glory of hla fatherland." Tha kalarr look** wttt> glowing ayaa paat ma and aaJd a»ftj>. "For ma, tha middle hava an extraordinary charm, and It wont ba Ught f.w you to prove to tna that, wa are bettar off now then titan. I paAB my dajm partly In tha paat of the wonderfully beautiful, herolr middle axea Tba pmhlem of the NTbahmgan alao Interwta you* lltw atrong and •ound muit tha panpla hare been ' who pmdiK-ed aui-h hentea. AD the; more It will ba r*r«ng*4 when aurh 1 a natural folk ballaa 11 a* If. that la to ■ay. Ita national prtd-v" Anew Von Uontard intrude*! with a '-omment. "Tour majMy wtn permit ma to nota that It la gradually hagimilng jto r *in. I bring as umbrattar j Tba kalaer looked coldly and Iron InaJly at tha g*n«r*l. aai 1 nothtnc and motioned equivocally with hm ; right hand. That crold main "dla 1 »rp»*r." or could mean -fetch the, trtnbralla.* Tha reneraj evidently •lid not tmrierstaad. Ha boliaiwl a trxmtetrt. Lhaa burrtad aarvoualy, awtkr. nr.riAßKs ms neopiji BKTKAtKO <iOD AND HW "llow doao jrtHjr majoaty hold ft poaaihia that hla i>oupia ham (Alias •o loar*" I WJLI4 ImnalitM;, Tha kalaa r auddaiUy aloppod. thraw hla rlrarat out of hla lart hand. and »«;J harahly: "My poopia haa hatraynd Itaadf, ■a God aJHI M Alrmdj 4arln( Uta war Uw aoriaj « laimaU (•nrtaJlata and majority aorfaj hIW took Mr* a* that. Thmr arm chlafly r<ult7 "Kracy < aoMar who. darln* lh* war. rKnrnn4 howia la hU vila a«d rUUn« an abort »"o*o Iflllllllfilly wwrhad apno—(hat U to a«r. •HW No ha mturnrd to hla work tirnW l«W lofhirM and ha non'l a MMW any mora. Ha Uwn aoadM la war* upon hi* faithful romrhtaa and afta >uo ra, a, ,t f« • • "W«l It wu at Oda potnt (hat tha kaiaar mad* tha r*mark that tho trayal" of tha Carman pvopia aim 1 Had thair d«Uh aenlanco aa quotas abnra. I could aaa Von Oonfard ra» fiirnlnc with two umbra (la* which ho had aalxad from aoma flunky. and aa ha apt'roarhad I aakad quickly: "LXww that taaaa tha dmLh Ml taxjra forwrar** "Nahody knows •»*." tha kafa*r aM. "Only Abnirhtr God «•« bHp Lhara. Ktor lh» naar futnra I Aw'l aipart modi. Tho world loofca darkar frrry day. II waa narar aa far 1 m»u»ad from (*•<• aa now. Tha wbola world Haa dmtad <»od not only my poop la hare denied their M "For it dirrbalt yaara I aiono lad tha flctii to k*a*> tha pawna of my folk—than tho (word of poaro waa atrork oat of my hand by my brat frkndv *1 nerer wiahad Ota war." flrh haho nia doa krlaf COwolBJ. At thla moment Oonaral Too Q» tard erlad anrfmiafy ~lf your majaety win permit I wW ftaa yrni an umbrella." "Hia kalaar lonkxl at Mm wIBi Ir ritation and aaid sharply- "Whoorar faara tho rata can walk wndar tha artmr." Ry Oil* ftma wo had roadhad fha caatla brldca. Van Oontard vara m« a kindly nodra and I armmpanlad tha kalaar to (ha door of tha eaatle. Hrra. tha kalaar (hook my hand and ■aid: "Tan yrmr fttfhor ft w«n a rku» ora for ma to aaaka hla aou'a acquaintance." aaa HEROES HOBBY WITH WILHELM, SAYS DENTIST N'KW TOIIK. Feb 11—Comment In* today on th* Interview with th* i k*l**r, I>r Arthur N. Duvi*, one* hi* j dm tint, nald: | "That* very ch«r*rt*rl*tlc of th* k«U**r. ll* Imparl from on* mibjoct !t« another In hi* onnv*rwit.ion. I "1I» delljthted in dl*playlti)r hi* knowl*d«r* of llt*mlur*. a* when h* apeak* of 'tli* wonderfully h*»utlful wrltinga' on th* 'gloriu* of th* fjith*r land.' *H| w»* *«p*cla!>y pmoil of hi* an owrtry. Th* mlddl* »*** and their herows were a hoMiy with him." ... Kirw TOTIK. r*h. 11.—'Th* In t*rvl*w wllh 0i« kai**r confirm* Ih* h*ll*f of thoa* wlm knrw him that h* would t>*eom* a victim of r*- lleloua Inwinlty," Jam** W. Orard. former iunltuuuUlor to (Utrman/. aaJd today. "Ill* d*ln*lon« of p*r*onal mind »nr and hi* mjpwndltlon r*Kardinr • Teutonic flott," whom- hol* purpoa* win to look out for hi* Inter**!* and thoa* of III* (Ji rman people. iwcin to IJ* growing ratli*r than diniini*hln* "It I* rot for th* kalner to talk about not having 'wlxhod th* wnr." Tli* flermin con*tltutlon provided that *ltli*r h* or tli* f*<lnrol council could deolar* an off*n*l\e war, while h* aJon* could declar* a def*n*lv* war. Hi mud* th* fain* *tnt»rn*nt that Cierwany had h**n attacked m< (hat h* could conatitutloiuUly ilmUrr war hlmmlf. | Th* Herman paopl* B*r*r b* trayed th* knitter —b« betrayed them." Trie* to Be Funny, Jokeamith Nailed trrm ronir. v»b. ti Patrick Naary waa aantanofd to to daya' Im prtaoninant. chnrf<d with Interrupt ln« a prrfnrmanra In a flraanwlrh Villa** thaatra. Whll* a |i«rform«r wa* iTm king prohibition N««ry rtrr-w an amply flunk from hlii P<vkrt and a drink." ll« rrpcmr.l (hrmt pirlamatinna ■»» ami t(m«<a tx-fora h« wna rfltlfiVfrt, FREDERICK & NELSON FIFTH AVENUE AND PINE STREET ' Valentine New Banded Hats at $7.50 Candies JVith the Engaging Freshness of the New Season Special 'piIOUGII their only trimminjr is a soft silk sash 30c Pound /-V ji J- or tailored band and txiw, there is no hint of ' Fcverity in tiie new Canded Hats, for they are becom /TSIIR Hed Cinnamon injfly irrejrular as to outline, and often soft-brimmed. A Hearts used so ex- Particularly attractive in the new shades of tensively in \ alentine "f Cherry, Pheasant, Tangerine, Heipre and Old-blue, entertainments, i-pedal, t and offered also in Black, Brown and Navy and 30/ pound- combinations of black and white. NiK i...w ta ins ?nr»r.i >V , In the pliable Milan sti*ws, jrlossy Usere, Milan ~i I 4 | hemp and combinations of Milan hemp and barnyard New Silk and ' - \ u »7.50. mPtAilir I Flouncings New Batavia Hats at $4.95 at $3.00 Yard This gTasscloth-like material fashions very attractive ' THE Downstairs Stor« Dttle Hats for present wear- Draped Turt»ans as pictured, V_ +T hat just received a straight sailors and off-the-faee Hats in Brown, Navy, \ pVv shipment of these l'heasant and Rust. Priced low at f 4.95. /fft .I\ Costume I -area to sell at I'OWkstaim storji / j I* this low price. J j Included are Silk Net r* \T~.~ i> r 1 HounringM to be used as Group 0/ ' / overdrapca for afternoon •JV \ f y ) O • jhi r* aa j&,'h Spring Coats at $15.00 "."dc, (:r »3 n w (xi \f\J&vjA T HEmu l noomm , on | 5 'f 00 " 1 n ! ae 15ap?a,r yard. \ly nirii fL \ ent in their soft, light-weight materials, Flouncing* of Blue, Wlilte, their good linings and their advance style. ,J • |t« These new Coats are in Velonrs, silk net, also copper on WrVj LMt -* J "n Mixtures, Polo Cloths and Basket no"^6^ Wldc * \ 1' I ' I weave woolens with full- or half- Allorer In 1 J in P atterDS * fashionable use for tj | / There is wide choice in colorings: Copen- Biue\°Black fA j B hagen, Navy, several shades of Tan, Brown, 92.50 and 93.50 yard. prW Light-blue, Gray and Rose. —TUK IXJWNSTAiIUi STOUII J / \ ? \ I v\ Size* 16 to 44 Children's Muslin A notably interesting group at $15.00. n * ~ * f w —TUK DOWNSTAiaa STOM Drawers 35c and 50c i non d • x WELL-MADE of Hrra 1,089 Pairs OI ~ ■ muslin and trimmed IIF J CVIII a fr! ffjf I with embroidery or lace. W 0111611 S OllK-DOOt /i/ / 1 these little undergarments _ _ . X;- * A feature very attractive val- aes. Sizes 2 to 12 years, JIULIUIIgS 35# «,d soe. - At 41 00 White Mo* Ii n Bloomers with t«nd top and elas- Saturday, an advantageous pur tic shirring at knee ; J7 chase of Women's Silk-Boot Stockings, as sizes 6to 12 years, s©<. follows: Young Men's Shoes Children's White Sateen Blade and White Stockings with 18-inch -i Bloomers with hand top; ailk boot. • $6.45 sizes 6 to 12 yearn, 50*. Navy Stockings with lace clockings and -TILE downstaius ;<TOUK 22-inch silk boot. TVyTODELED on a good —all with simulated scams and lisle tops. Sizes IVX looking last that com- to 10. bines trim appearance with Vs§f Very low-priced at 91.00 pair. comfort, these Dark-brown \ —THE nowvsTAms sTnnr: Lace Shoes for young men. N. Built with substantial oak leather soles and rubber B 1 heels. Sizes 6 to 11, widths nswU 69 Boys' Knickerbocker Suits Just 125 pairs at this H'C p \rL attractive price, 96*45 Ait itLh Featured at a Very Low Price' pair. WRr® $5.95 v-x Niris Corset qtaunchly tailored \VvK/ Sample Shoes /a it- t i\ Suits of hard-finished a _ H (A 8 Pictured), suitings in dark-gray mix- $2.95 $2 00 ture, offering unusually good value for this price. TfA Button and lace styles in r A DMIBABLY designed , , . —n«kpr t various leathers, in sizes /\ for the average fig- Made in yoke-hack iM ure is the Niris model pie- model, with inverted Jr LjJ unusually good values at tured, with low bust nnd box plait, one - piece J pair, medium long skirt having buckled belt and four —THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE unboned space over the pockets. The coat is \ - hin-< full-lined with serge M Pk '" .... j an d the knickeriiock- |3f 4 N^»w;: of pink coutfl and cra aro full-lined. iTm% U tX.'^^se« fitted witli two sets of Sizes Bto 18 years. It\ I i-J IIORC supporters. Sizes 21. 11_| \ to 26. Exceptional value at UMt-\ fTf'trS Priced at 92.00. 95.05. —THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE —THIC DOWNSTAIRS STORE — English Majolica Children's Three-quarter-length Stockings 2 !- In Silk-and-Fiber Mixture rA_ 1 quoted on four sizes of Attractively Loiv-priccd. at DUC JUST 360 pairs of th«e Stockmp to Mil at this price- ip th, throeHjuai-- ta J ter, roll-top style so well-liked for children, hlastic-knit of silk-and-fiber colorings, and in several mixture in heather colorings of mingled green and brown. Sizes 7 to 10. shapes. Featured, Saturday, at pair. dowvstairs stouts Priced at 254* each. Defense Open* in Hibbard Fraud Case Aftrr moving for dlimlaaaj on tha «rotjnd» of Insufficient avldwa TlmrwUy aflartioon. tha d«*rna« In tha Charles J. Hibbard mail fraud < nna opanad tta >-•* a Vrldaf. Fad «r*J Jud*« Neterer d'nlad tha mo Hon for dlwmlaral. Tha irovfrTimant M-atad Ita r-aaa Thuradav afternoon Y. W. C. A. Service Campaign Tonight flu hno'trrd Inaiflnc BaatUaHta ara axt>"Ha<l to att»n<l tha fm-nial of tha T. W. C. A. fr*a nnr vlna oampaicn at tha "T" ca/«t«rla, « N tnnl*ht. Tlia drlva formally «larta Monrlar "nd Inata flra /lay*. I lav. M A. Malthawn and Jud«* Kvar«tt Bmllii will ha tonljclit'a cbl'-f ■(■ankara. ' PACE 7 They've Even Fixed the Cops, They Say TypoUm*** hold* l»* Mf binqu«t t/>nlicht In th*i MuAOfiki cltib room*, Aroarf* "fk»t by n ft fiork," **y* a f#» mlrwl'-r rmr»l **nt out Thiir*#laf night. Ju*t Ilk* mxnmbotiy to hi*ng % hat over th#» klfhok wh*n thing* fflt going good and th* 600 r looked. "Oin't •frsii'l of poll** lnfffw» rn'*. Kv«*rytfolng'* he*n flx^d!"