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Monarchistic Wave in Europe Developed by Hohenzollerns VOLUME 23 Our Pet Peeves: Too Much Lawmaking. Freak Legislation. Nation Needs a Rest. Time to Call a Halt. na I* the nf»e«wU> •' a —ritm ml MBllll Id aklft <1 Tb« Km Matt 101 l what Si»»le»»e* I tarts waal. awd »aj. IT GEOKUE HONOIH K \*T PET PEEVE la freak legiala JYI lion. Whan I was a young fellow join* to aohool. they told me that the ipmMit Amerh in M-hoUtr of his day VHt up one morning and wrote a StoVtnent known aa the Declaration M IwVpendei, - nal win a fine day's work, but Hi ami Immortal American once ■M amnethini; that rtlcks In my toted Uke a barb and cauiw-* me WIT peevre when I see how It hna < *WM. forgot ten and violated by the *%fca who meet and make lawa. lie I "That country ta beat gov toMd wWch ta leant governed" So mr peeve la that every band of WtM goata that ever meets at Olym pto or My other capltol. or even WHMHIOB. immediately l#*ln to MMt and arh-me to how nwaii W«r(( laws can be pa«aed We are an ch« least but the n«i governed land at gink* in the world. I>o w« >lll t« stand thla forever? Of the making of fuol law* there |g m and. An old fellow auppoee.l to kg Wtae onco told me that a great (■atoll in China proposed a law toM uybody who suggested a law that waa not pasned should be fcMpL Mia law did not paw. but &J(Sto gwung him off anyhow jan far fc-*' iSaiu Hut swargwstlons coma out of OklMi DM yow ever notice It? A boat ninety thotnand lawa are ptot ■■■ i two ;ori ta the t'nlt '"**•* toataa. all thla at vsst expenae aad to Uttie or no good purpoee My yana la that I want to aee the IMb (gaatotlit amended to prohibit law and I believe It would be mu*m to enforce that section than tha present section a of that Innova toM to American Ufa. I'd lay a bet Mat way. Of course, a tlttla safety valve ef tort Of mine will enable me to blow aa a Utile steam, but It won t do toach good at* feet away from my tok. 1 hope some of the lnw-mak tog gttys will "get me" and strive to ■atom. That'" aIL And now that Hta off my Chaat I feel easier. It's a MM GERMANS FREE TWO AMERICANS WASHINGTON. March J1 - The tw« Anertcans Imprisoned In Oer toaay for the recent attempted cap tw* e< Grover Cleveland Rergdoll. wealthy draft evader, have been re laaaed. Secretary of War Weeka waa advised today. The two American* are Sergeant frank Zimm-r and Carl Neuf, a de pwlmeDl of Justice operative, both of whom were attached to the A. K. F. In Oermany The release of the two Americana toOowa cloaely upon refceeenU'lona to a virtual demand nruide recently fay General Allen to the German Sovemmerit for the surrender of the two men. Weeks had nothing to aay regard il>S the efforts being made by the United State* to obtain liergdoll from Germany, Neuf and Zlmmer recently were HBtehced to Jail term* at Mosbach. Baden. Germany Neuf eyis given It months and Zlrnrner six months because of their attempt to capture Bergdoll. in which It was charged the American* exceeded their au thority. Netifs longer sentence was ibecaupe a bullet he had fired at Bergdoll struck a girl byatander. Harding Announces New Appointments WASHINGTON, March J! Charles H. Ilurke, ex-congressman from South Dakota, was named com missioner of Indian affaire; Thomas E. Robertson, patent lawyer of Chevy Chase. Md.. was appointed commis sioner of patenta. and George H. Car ter, lowa, was named public printer, tt was officially announced at the White House today. Funeral Today for Late Sen. Ankeny WALLA WALLA. March 81.— In honor of the late Ankeny, for mer V. H. flenator, busln'MM housed, offices and Industries were to Horn by request of Mayor ben f Hill be tween 2 snd 2 p. m today while fu- Beril HTvlcr * are being held. Ser vice* a> the grave were to be In .charge of Bnterprlse lodge of Odd IVWIOWII Sick, Drunk, Sicker, He Tell* Judge "T w»» sl«k, Judtre, and I got drunk: then J jrot ulrkfr," C M low man explained to Police Judge J. b Gordon Wednesday afternoon. He «U released. Weather Toniyht and Friday, Choic er*; moderate Wint erly wind*. TrnipnUiirr |«i| !l llmir* Hafnium, U, Mlniinuui, M. Today nuun, 41. GIRLS BARRED FROM CLINIC CALL ON HART! EXECUTIVE HAS A BAD FORENOON "You Jump Straight Up" Is Secretary's Reply to Re porter's Questions Governor Hart bad a bad forenoon Thursday! It came on the heels of a laid afternoon Wednesday- -and some laid : days preceding. Seven young women, who had hewn i thrown out of the Women's Indus trial Home and Clinic at Medical lake, attempted to call on the gov ernor Thursday forenoon, and tsll I him their Whether they aurceeded or not la a matter of con siderable mystery. -VOl- C\lJ. SKAtiC.H,- IIAKTS HKCTUTTART a Star reporter attempted to clear op thla point over tha tela phone, llarf'a aacrvtary roared aa foiloww "Tou mil ffltaggs" fT. K. Kk*gg» la head of the de partment of t«oalnaaa control ) Wban The Stat* nun a*ke<l If the glrla had appeared at all. tha aecrw tarr again roared: •TCTT CAUL. HKAOOB? Do aa I tell jrou** The t"-ral*tent reporter repeated hla luestion. Whereupon tha aecre ; tarr aaid. "Ton Jump straight up" And abruptly he severed tha connection. The seven girls were thrown out lof a home when Governor Hart j vetoed the legislature appropriation I for the industrial clinic, which must now clone. They were thrown back on the ! city of Tscorna. from where they had j -e*n sentenced. Wednesday after noon Police Judge Mac kett of Tacom-i flatly ref-i-»d to accept the reaponsll>lllty of deriding their fata CITV \TTtIKNKY WOI l-KS'T ACCEPT TTH7M H* passed them on to Oty Attor ney Dennis. Dennis said he didn't have to accept them and wouldn't. It waa then decided to load them • on a bus and ship them to Olympla. i and to unload the worry on the •boulders of the man who caused all , the furore -Governor Hart. Miss K. N. Klsel, head rmrse of the ! Industrial boms, and Miss Pearl Phil ' Hps. he.-id of the women's depart I ment at Taooma police headquarters. I accompanied the pilgrimage They were scheduled to storm th* rxecuflve castle Thursday morning, bright and early. When The star reporter followed the tip to "Call Skagits," be was still In the dark as to the outcome of the attempted conference Hkacgs said tie waa "not Informed" aa to what had takep place. Skagra explained that there Is no money with which to maintain the home. It |* u*e|css for Judge* to sentence girls to serve time In It. Three Inmates, sentenced on fel ony charges, have been *ent to the | penitentiary, he said; one Insane woman has been transferred to the state ssylum at M. dlcal Ijike, and two more have been to the fee ble-minded school EIGHTY EIVE INMATEN II %VE BEEN PARRI.ER Eighty-five have been paroled, some of them sent to their parents or guardians, and otherg turned adrtft The 2S girls who besieged the of fli-ea of the proxecutor here Wednes day, demanding that dome solution be made of their cases, were Thurs day on parole, (o their parents. Where possible, or to the Social Wel fare league Court* hnve nald they have no Jurisdiction In the matter. It m,ijr hare been Justice of the P.-ace Dalton who put the Idea of sending the girls to H'irt Into Ihe heads of the Tacorna officials, for he said: "I will contribute |. r > toward hiring a bu* to take these girl* to Olympla and deliver them to the | governor, so that he might solve his own problem." Advices from Spokane declared of flcinla there were similarly dlaturhed over the disposition of 29 former In j mate* of the Institution. In Yakima Judge George R Hoi den said: "I feel that. Gov Hart made a grave mistake; but It Is done, j and we must make the best of a bad j situation." Car Fare* Go Up to $5 for Hunter Car fares took Jump Thursday for J. C Hunter, patent medicine man. lie paid JFp In po lice court when convicted of riding on the front platform of a car, de spit* contrary orders. On the hsue of Americanism There Can Be No Compromise The Seattle Star Knlorrd >• Baeoad dan. M.tirr Ma# I. MM. at th* r«atofnea at W-attla, Waab.. unl*r ttia Art of ConiTMB Mar. hI. 1I7» Tar T«ar, by Mall. |l to |» EIGHT CHILDREN ARE TAKEN AS LOOKOUTS FOR BOOTLEG JOINTS PORTLAND. <*•.. March 31 Catching the diminutive lookout* utuwnrrj fur the first time tn several w»fk». police today l>aat small children who hud born doing guard duty at two alleged bootlegging establishments in the north r n<l. num*n>m ftr r*mta snd claimed to have *et«ed lone wanted evidence *g*ln*t both |ila» aa. Th* lookouts, eight In number, have !«•# turned m»r lo the ju venlle court They are the I'lnu children, ranging from J year-old Steve lu big lirolhrr Mike. Who La T. and the f»up«-r family, of which Joey, age •. hi youngest. aiid Mary. t. the eldeet child I'arwiii In both i-wra await trial on grave charges. Page One, Column 3. Misty. Man h dying April »how em In order. Spring rrgistratfcn al 17.; 4.110 signed up. "V" preparatory school gradu atas four. "Dad's night"; April I; Van A» sell P.T. association. Stampede for ran openera. Job bers cut price canned goods. Charge fraud; U. H lourt nan eels citizenship; Joe lonl, Italian Dean Holt on. t of W, goaa to Spokane; Teacham* association meet Old timers' shindig. Rainier Val la? pioneers; IMb anniversary. Mon "lay Phew* More than 41 council bill* before the city untitle* committee Thursday. Kent obecene matter thru the mall*: fined |",o. Ivi Hhaughnesay tn federal court. Varalty hearts go pltter patter. Crsw on way South to race Califor nia. April • • l-ant by 14 rotes befora; new ejected to Alaska legislature; V. A J ullen. Nome While* family mourns for Robert Shotak Tacoman thought drowned, he return* home ThWrvea break padlock from the door of P Takaha*hl'a room. *5 Ilell st. Oet 1140 and a watch. I.o*t. |4SO In pw'al aavlnr* cer tlflcatea by Henry Munter. of Hoi lywood. Payment stopped. II llannlckson had a "«neej»r or two" Por which Police Judge J II Dordon a**eesed him 116. L. 11. Pnnkejr. Tacnma shoe clerk, leaves "good bye - note. I •'lice say "It's the bunk." Thougni (o be In Seattle. Former Waahlngton students are making good st North western I'ni vernlty. word received by l*resl<lent Kaxxallo. Iluode dope on Chlla; 1-Uclo A. V'lllegas, Chilean consul Iti Beattle. to addnws Chamber of Commerce Prlday noon. Contra<-t for new Moose temple awarded to Jacohson A Mnngrum Co. 1109.748 To he at Kigjitb ave. and University at. With bullet marked for W. A. llyer*. colored, of 4301 r'olfat St., liyers' father-In law Is due In the city at 10 20 p. m. Thurwlay. Ilyers wants police protection Diamond ring, diamond locket and diamond nugget pin stolen from home of James Neehau*. JIOI W. D*t h st. by a thief; entered with passkey. Interested In dressmaking? tl ex tenaton nlaas to he organised Tues tlay, April 5. under direction of Mr*. Virginia Patty, of home eco nomics faculty. Miss Grace Kdglngton, Journsllsm teacher at V last year, back on campu* to visit friend*. Ktude* have "bust" In her honor Thursday night at Commons How Prohibition -and "Grippe"- Came to the Scot RV I,EE snXIYAN F)R rrmriy monthx thr atrocfou* rumor ha« ridN about town. It iff fHTomlnic rank Mandal. Kvrry good Boot rrpudlatfi IL At a gath ••ring of loyal, briary Hoot« on Bob by Burns' birthday, It wan told In itii mopt perfect form. Th* follow Ing follower* of th«j bflftthrr, th# thlntle, th<- kiltlrn and the bugplprp, at one and vehemently denied It: Jim Bterrett, Charles Tennant, Donald McDonald. Kenneth Mackin tosh, Hush Caldwell, Walter Fulton, Malcolm iMiuglas, John Wathcr spoon, J. B Oraham, William Suth erland, Bob Johnstone, Hobert Till Hodge, Itobert llrucn llesketh, Ilcg Inald Thomson. I.a ounce Column, L <l. I'attullo, W W flow, Robert Cordon Frazer, Jarnes Fowler, Wil liam Chlsholni, W. 11. Cameron, Donald It Olson, O. H. Nlckol and Ji. J. Jic,.kia SEATTLE, WASH.. THURSDAY, MARCH IL 1921. WAIT A bit BEFORE YOU SLUG A DRY Judge Neterer Says He Didn't Mean to Declare Open Season on Agents bootlegers' vision* of flaunting liquor In *l*w of ft<lrt»l prohibition U'nii In public pu»<-*« with perfect Immunity, until tha officer* bad hied them away la hradquartetf utd returned with I ««*irrh warrant, »rt yon* glimmering U|it«lM Ihe young hutky who ha* t»»n bunc lung hi* biceps in anticipation of rlrumi up on IM wil prohibition uml who t/led lo tak* hla liquor t»u from him without first flashing a >egal docu ment giving right to search and •elaa. la ordering grapenula instead of raw boar mnl Jl IX.K DIDN'T COKftIDKR «BAT THAT MII.VT MKAM WM« r«t<nl iM|« Jeremiah Neterar h*nd*4 down hla drcuioe ' WwUmwlay, t»hi< b rSuited In dla mUaal of the Iftdictmmt agrairuit llriUll llalbiwan.' charged with a»- •auit on tha |wr*m of UoiuH Itegan. federal prohibition agent and destruction of a quart of liquor itegan M In hi* pnekvt a* *vi dene*, h* tlttl* anticipated the far reaching eotuwquenf** of tha legal ultimatum on tha public nlnd Tburaday. In an Interrlaw. the Judga clartflrd tha matter. It Hrtm that there were certain fact*, not pertinent to the legal Uaue involvad. that were unknown lo the court. On* of thewe wa* thai tha liquor In Itegan'a |wlnn waa not ilal I'rweir* at all. but hod been aelird from another man. Another waa that the fight occurred not In Hal lowelVa private home, but In the of flea of hla hotel, tha New Occidental. IM4 Kirnt ava. The*» thing* were not «et forth In the Indictment. and a* the dec!- *ion maile no reservation*, the con clualon waa ohvloua that unlea* a search warrant were produced a eltl i»ti might lawfully re*l*t a federal prohibition *gent In any public place. »»I.KVTY AITIIOKITY FOR HIP POCKET MKARMI "That la not the w«»e, however," Judge Neterer explained Thursday. "There are many provision* of the law whirh give authority for a man being searched personally. "The matter of hip pocket whl*ky. whlaky-ln suitcase* or hot»l* or ho tel corridor* or anything of that character wn* not before the court "The only matter b'fore the court wa* the sufficiency of the charge In the Indictment lo protect the of fleer In naklng a search where It wn * not alleged that a search war rant had been laaiied The law re quire* that before search and *el*- urs can he rrrade the right to miike search and *eliure mu»t be adjudl cated a* a pre-requlalte "Thl* has reference primarily to the home, a man'* eaetle. "So far aa tha charge In tha In dictment I* concerned the »ear<*h and *el*ure may have been made In the home of the party. No fact In thl* case I* known to the court rxoept euch a* staled In tha In dlctment" WII.I.IAMSPORT, Pa. -Pilot K R. Van AMa enriipew nerloua Injury when mall plane No. 85 la deatroyed In forced landing The rumor Is: that hTe In H«-at tle today there Is a prominent Boot who will not drink Scotch whisky The reason: This prominent Scot has a boot- logger friend who was once a mu slclan before prohibition made him a criminal Like all musicians, he has long glossy, silken hair. lie cause his mother was a blonde and his father Spanish, his hair Is red brilliantly red. The prominent Scot, being a good chuichaktii, knew CO other bout- "Helen Ardelle" to Be Married Remarkable Business Woman MUM Martha ArdelU Townsend ('Helen ArdeUe") —Photo by James & Mttrriheib, "Helen APdsO*" la to be married "Helen Ardclle." or Ml* Martha Townaend, tu> »he 11 known out of the randy kitchen. U the ortgf nator of the Holm Ardelle choco lates farnoua thruout the North w *t, And founder of a huatneaa which In five year* haa grown from a kitchen atove enterprlae to fc a concern which la now doing a ye ltl y tiuatnena of (ISO,OOO to sl7l 000. Hh» and her alater. Helen, who »ftr unlveratty atudenta when they atnrtcd the enterprise, have built up the bualnean by their pluck and ASK GOVERNOR TO SAVE WHITE olympia March 11.—Commuta tion of the death sentence Imposed on JO-year-old Isom White of everett, conrlcted of murder, will he unfed upon tJovernor I louis K Hart. the last of the week, HP cording to former Henator Joseph H. Hmlth. counsel for the boy. Hmith told the governor personal ly yesterday he would present a formal petition. legger Relng tight mouthed In dally business. when drunk, the prominent Boot confided tearfully In all about him especially "Red." W'hen the prominent Scot's wife vacationed, when ths books needwl night attention, or when business was iiartlcularly rushing, requiring special night work, the prominent Scot had many splendid parties at "Red's" place. So close became ths attachment between the prominent Scot and "Hed" that the Scot never went elMwhrre to get a snootful, nor could he, knowing no other boot legger. One night lodge night—the prom Incnt Scot laid his dlr-sty head on "Ited's" sympathising shoulder and, lied, well-Jingled by Joy Juice, rest ed his own carmine konk upon the prominent Scot's brawny shoulder. Their friendship was «Urual, they determination. They came here from Yakima, with their mother. They ware "on their own." and the matter of get tin* an education and a living at the an me time waa a perplexing one Helen Towneend had the knack of making auper-chocolatea. which all her friends pralaed to the aklew. One day Martha Mild to her. "Helen, you have alwaya made won derful candy. It really ought to be where other people could enjoy It." And thai was the atari of Helen Ardelle chocolate* FIRE NEARLY TRAPS WOMAN Ksraplng with difficulty when her four room home, lit 4115 Graham nt., was destroyed by fire at 1:40 a. m.. Thursday, Mrs. A L, reader, an aged womun. In being cared for by neighbors. Ktre Inspector* were In vestigating the cause of the blaie Thursday. According to Capt. Cook, of the fire department, the losa will total $1,400. vowed. They cemented It with an other tie another drink. After weathering the slushy sea of mushy, fond farewells, the p. s. wended his way homeward. Sobered slightly by the sting of the chill wind, he was hovering on the fence between a good Scotch heaven and soberness, when Ills wife met him at the doorway. From his lapel she plucked one of Red's own—a long, red, glossy silken strand of hair—particularly lons fTCZ* j| EDITION Helen made them, and Martha Ardelle sold them—offering them to thrlr immediate friends first. The first week she took In 1150. The business grew by leaps and bounds. Thru the war. when prices mounted and the cry for substitutes In everything was raised, the girls continued to give their patrons their money's worth, by putting Into their enndy the best materials which money could buy Miss Townsend on April < will marry James Cameron White la w, son of C. H. Whltelaw. SCHMITT STILL IS INDIFFERENT walla W AIJ Mair-h ll.—On the morning of his hurt full day on earth, John Schmltt, murderer, waa unchanged In his apparent Indiffer ence toward death. Schmltt will hang Friday for killing three Seattle policemen. Yesterday he gave Father S. Buckley I* 74, saying It comprised his total belonging*. "And her hair Is red!" exclaimed his wife In words that sizzled In the p. s.'s ringing ears and flamed before hi* wobbling gaze and eeaied Into his memory. That was all that was SAID. What hoppened without further words Is without record. Several days later the prominent Scot appeared about "after a severe attack of the grippe." on which he blamed his stiffness. He mourn fully lamented and cordially cursed "the way a door, ajar, could bump a fellow's eye." So there came to be a Scot who spurned Scotch whloky. • • • In Juntlce to the prominent Scots whose names havn been unavoid ably mentioned, let it be said that the name of the prominent Scot (who does pot drink Scotch whis ky) is not included among them. TWO CENTS IN SEATTLE FORMER RUIeR IS AT HEAD OF ARMY Carl Seizes West Hungary and Is Reported Marching on Budapest With 30,000 BY J. K. T. MASON Famous War Expert German monarchists are MM the plot to restore ex-King pari W the Hungarian throne, aa the runner of the restoration of tha HO> henxollema In Germany. Hohenxollern loyalists In berlin have been In touch with hungarians monarchists for some time and tbofg la every reason M believe they ha** made preparation* to finance a eoay d'etat by the llapeburga. GKKMANS KNCOCRAGK MONARtHISTIC VIKW There haa been a revival of OMO> archlatlc fee I In* In Europet ever alaW the CTreek people voted to recall n^.' 1 Constantine to hla throne. Germane especially have been pU> nlny to encourage thla rfadtoaM| development from the time OoaaUflfc : tine arrived la Athena. The Hotienaollern chlafia. bowan% are compelled to more warily kMHif ' they know any direct action by M| would be auereaufnny oppoaad ftp tMt allies. ' For thla reason they '< several months ago to aeeonpllWi - They began Inspiring the I monarchista and U 1%, thnf^MMMM ta«t gUillfi temperamentally iHM. J evaded to break his parqle, >l»e« I the Rwlsa government, and leatg ' Switzerland to claim hla throoa. IF CARL WINS THKN WILHBtMr If Cart succeeds, the German m* arch Ist* trill have »cored an lni|m» ant victory, which will lead dU sully lo an attempt to overthrow the Qw man republic and make a HtkM) tollern ruler Of Germany. Militarism will then beonme pant In Germany and another Bggfe pean war will be a certainty of thg ■ future. Carl Says He Will Mount the Throne . VIENNA. March Sl-Fortnar pcrar Carl announced today that h* lit resolved to mount the throna, a* cordins to a dispatch received today from hi* headquarter* at j anger. Premier Mayer, of Austria, NK> . voked parliament to meet tuiuuiiu% ■ and declared that Auirtria waa op> posed to Carl's return. He assured the allies that Auatrtft j will resist him ("nrl. according to the dispatch from B>elnam»nger. appointed Oouas Slgrav governor of West Hunmy and Oeneral I.ehar commander Wt the roynllst forces. The Hungarian parliament kM 1 twn summoned to meet ] The parliament has sole power to d»> termine whether the regency ahaß he retained or Carl returned. Its first act proliahly will ba M consider the "little entente's" n«tM that war will be declared If CM» takes the throne. The former ruler's conp was car* fully plotted, according to evidanot uncovered by the police today. Officers discovered printed proetas muttons announcing "be haa r» turned." These were believed to hare b«M printed some time ago. Communication with Strtnamancw waa broken today and Carl's ments were a niygtary • « • Jugo-Slavia Orders v Out Army of 25,000 BUCHAREST, March ll.—Ju«» Slavla ha* mobilized 15.000 aoldlatt on the Hungarian bonier, ready ta Invade if Carl seizes the throno. • • • • • • Three Nations to Oppose ex-Emperor v |#|#ww M«»|rva w BUDAPEST, March Si.—Thre«n» tions today threatened to make war on Hungary if former Emperor Calf taken the throne. They demanded hia Immediate a» pulsion from the country. This threat and demand came fMMfc Rumania, C*eciu> Slovakia and Jug» Slavla. SlmultaneouHlv with news of their ultimatum. It wan reported that Bife peror Carl was marching on Budfts pest with an army of 30,000 men. Ht had already passed Raab. Raab Is 6i miles north wcat a t Budapest. It Is about half way tween Budapest and Stelnunanga* on the circuitous mute the army would have to follow to avoid % mountain range. The ultimatum waa served Oi Hungary by the minister* of th« three countries. Calling op Admiral (Turn I* Pai» 1. CM atom 9