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BLOODHOUNDS TRAIL CONVICT
Weather Tonight fair; Thursday HI I | fair and Htinner; 1111 | frost toniykt. I I I I I lYtnpmlur* !*»• !( Jll I V Mulnium, Si. Minimum, 34. ~||p r T(A) IKHHt. SI. VOLUME 28 Our Pet Peeves: Ailrcn on Progress, fierchoo! Kerchoo!! Supcr-Proh i bit ion. tfo Jamaica Ginger. I Ike lonimk ef a eeeira I la shirk eMseWrs *< rteff leil akal , a*4 «*J ONTIIIA UHK\ ft'ioia llotfW) rile a peeve (era >a leave." IHTNIVQ from a clear • much-matlgned. miaun y editor thus demanded h alp TueetUy afternoon raa aprtng feverishly dl» rom th* editorial room* talthtly for the green, (re day after day aa I ■ount of the trial*, tribu peeve* of th* general »ey come thick and faat lone, by letter, or dells ■son. I've kidded myaelf l* that I waa the prise rea a lot of people Inter iuaea me. ova. Alleen Claire, who thla peeve rumpua. waa ut the new aprtng style*, them both smuaing and -"Variety la the apk* of ree It all lta flavor." But I something of laa—l mean progressive •he floored me aoroe ib. you make me tired— ys glad thinga are no kl of kicking a bit I* eno better. You're out if* what you are. Ag in the life of progress, aho have pep epough to yea. downright mad k are tbe onea who are work] along." rays thought they called i bolsheviks! » Aileaa'a right and Ta «. hum! Tort's gee, 11 to write «om»thing about Cerrhoo.' Kerchoor - My ply of handkerrhtefa la that my annual spring much in evidence, and I |iaul remedy to cope *„ tamalca ginger. I ft drop last aprtng and led that I could not get ■ few week* ago. when and courteously ran i ten drug stores, reeetv lowering looks or cold mpanled by point blank m nine <-lerks. and went nth store feeling more sal than a customer. To erk I put my qnery and er human or polite, for. ilighL. he explained kind m "Jamaica ginger ordi eeve bt super prohibition : *eem* poarsrleaa to stop have |lO or (It to pay whisky from getting It crook, powerless to pre who never tasted liquor country went dry from ill aorta of outrageous Ith a "kick" In tbe base «ir borne*, but powerful me* to stopping a law. ten from rotr.x Into a ind purchasing an ounce finger for medicinal pur IN. WOOD TO i SPEAK HERE Leonard Wood Wednesday to Ibe Seattle PJ*fcaa lesion that If he arrlvea •"T enough on Friday evening. P* *lll addrea* a public meeting. Th" wan in re«ponae to a re- J»t from the le*lon that he apeak. SPf *ill leave for the Philippine* * M" liner W'-natehee Saturday Wrote* i£B* wan nrheduled to leave Han e?** 0 " 0 Wedneaday ni*ht. and Pjl *lll fet him here In time to i " arrlvea Id time the Friday will he at the armory. pl*»n!n* at « p m . Colorado Town Bans Sunday Baseball gU&WJMONT. Colo.. April «.~This g*** lll bave no Sunday baseball Br > vot,. „f IM j,, 772 a< j vorttUMl jl 80 K '""lay baseball won at the jf«l«rtion here y rater day. Mern glf the American l>-gton were In T* <* Sunday ba*et«,l|. The opposed It vigorously. ' A ~ ■> ■ _ Attempts to Free I 2 Seattle Youths g***™TO. Apr,l « 7new Otor. P r" 10 *"" ur " the release of George Davis ar "> Gerald Callahan, •fin youths held In Keddlng on charges, Wiul ma today, to. W"»Uon was may|e by Attor fcif-t '"■••'"ard. In the dla appeal*, for a writ of j*#rt) M torpu "- Hearing la net for hstlft.,T ** nervice men. «f*, k J*? offloer* (n Redding William Norrls, 17 year old guilty to killing Ufal John lUcyca, of Red SEATTLE GIRL TO BE FILM STAR DESCRIBES MURDERS Oil PLANTATION Negro Says Colored Work ers Were Thrown Into River on Orders COCRTHOTRR. Covington. Oa. April * The boy a bagged mighty hard, but Mr. John aald throw thaw In the river. "Me and Charley C'hlaholm pitched th»m over tha bridge Thla atatament waa mad* today by Clyde Manning, negro. *o tha Jury in tha mw of John 8 William*, on trial for the murder of II negroaa killed on and near hla Ja* per county farm Manning mid "tha boya" ha and Chlaholm drowned were Undsey tV teraon. Willi* Praaton and Harry Plica, peon farm handa on William*' plantation TWO MKN ARK TIKI) TOt.ICTHKR Chlaholm later waa killed to kesp him from talking. It la ailegad. "Boa I don't recollec' th* exact date," aald Manning. "Hut It waa on a ttaiurday night lata In Obruary or early In March Teternoci and Preeton were tied together and thrown la tha Tallow rtvar. "Th»y begged awfully hard, but ww had to throw them In th* water "ITlce waa drowned In tha South rtvar. -Mr. WMlama drora as to tha river la hla auto. "Tha thraa boya war a kOtatf th* ■nil week after government ageata had talked U> ua about peonage con dltlona" Miss Anne Stillman Visits Chum's Home ELKHART, in. April (—Nine teen year old Ana* Htilltnan. Inno rent victim of the divorce scandal of her parents. Mr. and Mr*. James A. HUllman. la visiting tbe country home of Miss Kllxabeth Keaya, a school chum, near here. Hanaaa O. Keaya said today Mlae SUllman waa not hiding to avoid the srnaationaUaai of her parents' action, but was merely spending her spring vacation lb era. Keaya refused admittance to all who would see Miss fltillmaa. Secretary Hughes in Secret Meeting WASHINGTON. April « Hecre tary of Htate Hughe* today called into conference Hen*tor* I>odge and Knog, senate leaders on Interna tional affair*, and Colonel George Harvey, newly appointed am basse dor to flreat Britain. Trial of Boy, 11, Ordered Postponed KNOX Ind . April The trial of Car.tf Burkett. 11. on a charge of flrat degree murder, haa been poal poned for two montha. Inability of wltneaaea to appear waa the cauae of the delay. The lad la charged with ahooting Benny Hlarln. 1, a play mate. Mexico Troops on Trail of Bandit* MKXICO CITT. April • -Govern ment fort.** took the trail today to auppreaa two new bandit uprlaln** Gen. Manuel Peres Fernanda*, cap tured In the Btate of Chlapaa after a number of raid*, faced nummary ex ecution today. In Coahuilla, caval r> men chaaed a band recruited by Candldo Agullar. aon-In-law of for mer Prealdent Carranaa. who la agi tating another* rebellion. Taught Canaries to Answer Phonograph It was T. W. Josselyn's ilamw milt ag*h>st Julius w. Itathbun. Detective ft. A Bergstrom. friend of the defendant, testified that, al tho there waa no liquor. he and Itathbun had »>een toother at Kattv bun's hmiM before the automobiles collided and had used a certain well advertised patent medicine and whlled away tl>«- time by making 25 canary birds sing In response to various phonograph records. Judge Walter M. French awarded Jos.teiyn 1.100. Fund Lack Delays City Zoning Plans Utile progress la recorded In the work of the city xonlng rommls sion. according to It" annual report transmitted to Mayor Caldwell Wednesday. I-ack of funds Is blamed by the commissioners for the absence of any definite results. The zoning commission wits ere ated a year ago for the purpose of apportioning the city Into bust news, industrial and residential dls trlcts. Members of the cor»ilsslon have rn.'ule personal studlee of the needs of the dt/» The Seattle Star Kntrrrd u Hacond Clui Mattrr May S. lltt. at tha Poatnfflea at Waal), undar tha Art of fongrnaa Mar. h >. 1«7» Par Tmr, by Malt. ft to ft 'Hooch Melon' Will Make Its Own Stimulant Ht'KHNOTON, Colo. April* "Hooch fruit" u • nuMllutx for home brewed Uqu«r will result If the experiment of V. II Chanlear, prominent wstermelon grower here. prn»M a iiin** Chanlear who luu itud* huwlrnli of expert men la. dwlw™ hr luu found * way Wlifrrtjf every vilrmtlon call b» mad* Into a natural atlll. When th« watermelon la about half crown, Chanlear'* method la to plus It. Insert a yNut combine tlon of hla own manufacture, than Mai tha hole with crafting wax The j-eaal. u'tlni on tha >u«ar content of the melon, will an unusual amount of alcohol u.m at the iime time the growth of the melon wIU be greatly atlrau lated by Ila own In vigor at or Chanlear clalma. Ninety per cent of tha mek>na In a field win weigh mora tha a 10 pounds each If given lha yeast . eat men t, he aald. Several bualneea men hero con trailed for an acre each of tha melon* with a I* per cent kick at a dollar per melon, Chanlear haa turned over hla contract* and method* to tha Burlington Melon tirowera' an elation. which will taat tha experiment oo an ex tenalve arale Too much notoriety, correspond enoe and annoyanre waa Chan laar'a reason Cor giving up tha project. Pag* One, Column 3. Bright *ad fair" Watch your atep! Wlfl aa/ety Week! Bean fatting yet 7 Itprtng houea tleaalag. Pall tax aaaaaamanu go gaer rjly oa. I BMi on two pavtog called for by county i«naW«i»n. fount y Auditor Fenruaon ao<"- tMma off iUIi land* for IU.HM7 l*ubltc he* tin* on «J—innta tor drtlnui Improvementa la Ctwr ry Valley art for Mar ». AppnUaU of A. J. Rhodl' 4tol» lo be mftdr by K. T. Barton. J. W. Maxwell and M. K. I.ippinan Taunt Men'* H'br»» ajwociation initiate* Councilman A. Ixmj Cohan and 111 other* Tamfaf night. Brilliant electrical exhibit planned by Pacific KialM KMrVal Co, for April 2( at th« Orpheum theatre. Informal reception for new offl car* of Toons Mtn'i fiepubllcan rlub at Wolfi cafeteria Tburaday noon. Kmoker h»M Tuesday nlctit by A carta, national Maeonic c«lle*r fraternity at Unlverally of Waab Ington. Seattle retail grnrrrn lo hear Paul FHxtlay on "Hl*h Coat of Boainaaa" at Maaonlc club rootna at • p. m. Wednesday. Homeward bound after trip frora Skarway. Alaaka. to Rome. Italy. Mr*. Ternaa lupual and daughter. Delia, are In Heattl*. Theodore Kooaevelt. anlnUnl aae retary of the nary, torn in* here to aaalat In launching acout crutaer Cincinnati at Tacoma. May I. laaiilnt of a hoapltal room for the ram of alck or Injured police officer* la not authorized by the t»rn)« of the pollca penalon fund lyt, Thoma* Kennedy, flrat anlnUnt corporation rownaeL. ruled Wedneaday. For dolnc *ymnaa'lca on a window lads* at 1(1 Jackaon at. Wednesday whlla In the pro par attire for hath | In* a la hathtuh. Jacob Wahl. (I. wna arretted try Ser*t C. F. Wataon and charged with diaorderly con duct From I to R f m today the naw nteamahlp Wenat<;hee waa to be open to the public. She Ilea at anchor In Smith core. Thuradny no vlaltora will he allowed aboard. Friday the veaael will proceed to Tacoma. Near ly 10.000 peraona hare viewed the bi» ateamer alnce her arrival here. "M«<l to do immethlhg to make a living," pleaded Hteve fttanpanonl. 2*52 21th ave H W-. when accused In police court with peddling liquor I'atrolmen Bell. O'Brien, I'endergast and McQuade seized the liquor. I ud» J B. flordon sentenced Steve to serve IS daya and pay $lOO fine. Some Sleuth; or, Who Stole the Wedding Ring? BY I.KK SUIJJVAN tryoVß leaving that wedding ring I down there was 'some bull,'" Frederick La Cade. 1515 Boren ave , scolded. "It'll rotten luck to lose a wedding ring Especially a double wedding ring. And we brought It safety all the way from Franca. How In the dickens did you do it?" Ills wife explained that she had laid It on the table In the basement of the apartment. When she re rnembem) and returned. It was gone " Home bull.' all right," I*a Cade mid sorrowfully. "But IH tell 'the bulla' and maybe they'll get It back." He dismissed his regret# with a laugh. Tha officer wbo Investigated found On the I sane of Americanism There Can Be No Compromise SEATTLE, WASH., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1921. BEER SOLD OVER BARS DICBCAGO "Real Stuff" of Old Days Rows Freely as Thirsty Crowds Demand More cancaaa Apm t r»« -good ow day*" were tack In Cbkaxn today IteaJ prehistoric l#»r flowed In (uMrn and frothing rtrtuiu over the tiara of moat of the reformed saloons and the thirsty were drinking loos and deep. Chioagoana. the malted aperies ware looping the loop from on* oafr to another and litinf up to lan which were thrae deep. The (Hah of liar towels and the loud confidential conversation La taean patron* r»*r the aapett of the "old day*" With Uit one thine mtasinc the lunrl of pretsela. "Drink up and buy yourartf an other, ** waa frequently heard. All of which roeana that treating haa paean! Moat drinkers now lelong to the **l>itk Hinith club" they buy their own and drink IL Hrer. about • per cent, la Bellini for It retita a stein. •One brew dispenser waa aakad bow he cot hta aupply. from behind hi* white apron. he replied. "Wa robiied the brewery. We are rota* to rob It on tba first of mctt mm th I lave another atetaT" Prohibition off 1< era Attend they were <lnlng th*f Tswt to etnp fhe heer dalura. bat that the plauea to watch ware as many and the slas o. the force too small. In order to make sear bear. the process drmnn b that beer of an al coholic content lie made and thro the "kick' extracted. Apparently soots brewers ~f*vgot" to extract the alcohol. see $10,000,000 Whisky Plot Is Discovered CHICAOO. April I--Federal an thoritiea today planned to wk the grand Jury to Indict several men In ranmrtloii with the unearthing of a lio 000 000 rum plot. The clique la aald to Involve Chi rago politicians, Ikjoor dealer* and capital lata. The men are alleged to haw oper ated thru atolen or forged wlilaky permita. I'ederal agenta aald they had ot> talned threw confeeeinna Jock Coa tello. actor, and Jamas Rhea, private detective of New York, are aald to hava admitted that they peddled forged permita to member a of the ring. a a a Dry Agent* Require Warrant for Search Federal Judge K K. Cuahman tied another knot In prohibition enforce, ment red tape today when he ruled that. enforcement agenta cannot search a public place for liquor with out a warrant. Hla ruling released from ruatody Henry Overen. indicted for exiling high voltage elder in hla soft drink atand at IMH Waahlngton at. Overen'a place waa searched without a f arrant Pigeons Loose, He Is Haled to Court For allowing two pigeons to run at large. James Featherstone, 6243 40th ave R. W„ waa tried In police court Wedneeday. Featherstone claimed he gave the pigeons away but thai they persisted In returning. Mrs. H. K Jamlg, 4321 W. Ju neau. claimed that the pigeons scratched up all her sweet peaa. "The two aren't ao bad, but there'a generally two mora every few week*." Mr*. Jarnlg told Judge J. 11. Gordon. Kenthemtone waa warned to pen up the pigeon*. VICTORIA, B C—Oor lunula F Hart, of Washington, Is here with a party. not a trace of the thief. He left. " "Some bull.' " said Irfi Cads, Jerk Ing his finger towards the retreating footsteps. "Well, maybe the third 'bull' will be lucky, 'Thirds' always STORRS TO SERVE TERM OF 5 YEARS Ruth Garrison's Lover Loses Fight for Freedom in Supreme Court IXiuglas M Hlorm. former King muntr drpuly sheriff. who so loltt iMted It year old lluth (larrtaun (hat •he poisoned hi* wife nnrlgr three v«wrs ago. mult himself "do a stretch" of five years In the penl tentlary. The lupranr court ynsterday final ly affirmed the conviction of Btorra. lie waa triad In Okanogan county and found gullly of aeductlon. The (larrtaun girl haa tarn In prleon since her trial for the murder of Mrs. Ittorrs. serving an Indeterminate senterww aa a criminally Insane per ■on. Htorr* has been employed aa a mechanic In a |ura|e here. Three of the eight supreme Jus tices did not concur In the majority opinion Justices Mackintosh and Main held that Htorrs waa at leaat eni it led to a new trial Justice Mount held that the trial Judge should have taken the rase frotn the Jury and acquitted (Itorrs. (tince her arrival at the penlten tiary Ituth Oarriaon la aaid to have been a model prisoner. Hhe occupies a cell room in the women's building. Just outside the main prison enclosure and has the freedom of the corridors, yard and garden, the aaoH aa other wowen •on net* ed aa having been seen In Seattle Theae report* hnnis ao persistent that at one tins* the proeecuttng at torney's office made Inquiries of the warden. The warden replied by quot trig from the law which plainly state* that she nan be released only al the request of the prosecutor'* office. When fttorre gnea lo Walla Walla to begin hi* five rear term he will be placed In a cell hoOM scarcely 100 feet from the girl he wronged, but they will be unable to see each other A wall It feet high wtU separate them. "I Said," He Said; "Didn't," Said Cop "What's your name?" "I laid " "Tou didn't; coma on to Jail" tieorge laald. 41. and Bergt. W. F Ilonlan engaged in the following con nmllnn Tueaday night and Laald waa faring a charge of carrying con cealed weapon* WMnwuUy aa a re ault. taald la alao aaid to hare been drunk. George Aki I« Held in Tacoma Murder TAOOJUA. April ».—Discovery be neath hla bed Mt a bloodstained ax and a pun" l containing |3I added n»w mystery today In the Investiga tlon of the brutal murder of Henry llacon, railroad employe, at Dupont Sunday. Whether llacon waa slain with the ax or with a hammer which waa alao found In the death room may be de terminetl at the coroner's inquest called for todajT. tleorge Akl. Hawaiian, of Seattle, whoae room adjoined Heron's, la be Ing held In Jul) on a flrat degree murder charge. Carl Will Be Held Under Detention BKHN'K, April I.—Former Km peror Carl will t« practically a pris oner on hla return here today. Nrw renilatlon*. dr»wn Iwvatnw of hlii attempt to r*R*in hi* throne, provided thut he mtiat nlwtaln from political plotting and that he ahull notify the rovemmant 41 hours In advunc« If ha plana to leave Switzer land. The rules were to lie rend to him by military offlcera on liia arrival at Buath. , are," he added hopefully. A smile crossed Ija Cade'a face a* he paced the floor. He atopi>ed and said to his wife: "You know we suspect. Well, I've got a little scheme that may work. I'm going to try It." The next day, the thief, who lived nearby, got "a rumble," He hoard from a friend that La Cade had found fingerprints In the dust of the table, from which the ring had been stolen. He started, when the friend snld that he had heard La Cade men lion his name as a suspect. With the chance of being caught looming up, the thief began to have twinges of conscience. He remem bered that "honeaty la alwsvs tha I'l-" '■ »'• •' '-V I Will Get Contract at $lOO Per Week Test Films Soon, to Be Taken and Exhibited Locally WITHIN SIX WEEKS tome Seattle girl will be picked aa a potential movie star. She will go to California on a ten weeks' contract, at $lOO per week, plus traveling expenses. She will take part in film productions in the Califor nia movie center, and if she shows the proper ability will receive a permanent contract. All this is by special arrangement between The Se attle Star and the Universal Film Manufacturing Com pany. No competition with other cities is involved in this plan. The winner will be a Seattle girl—or, at least, a resident of King county. Selection of the winner will be made after test films have been taken of a number of candidates. Arrangements will be made for exhibiting the test films at some Seattle film theatre. The judges will be selected by The Star and the Universal. The judges thus picked will select a chair man of the judges' committee. . There are no restrictions as to employment, nativity or age, excepting that girls under 18 must have the consent of a parent or guardian before they can be ac cepted as contestants. Photographs of candidates must be sent to The Star Contest Editor. On the back of each picture submitted the follow ing coupon, clipped from The Star and properly filled oat, must be pasted. The Star cannott guarantee the return of pictures. Further details of the contest will be printed in The Star tomorrow. ENTRY COUPON The Seattle Star-UniveraA Film $l,OOO Motion Picture Act rem Contest Nam* As* Arid rata (Must b> rastdaat of Kins Caaaiy, Washington) Occupation I lace of Kmployment 1 agree to abide by the roles of The Seattle Rtar-Untverwal Film Co. f 1,000 content. to appear for test film* If arid when I am called (If It la possible for roe to do sol. to go to Universal City for a 10 weeks* contract at |lOO a week If I am aelected aa the final winner, my traveling expenses to I'nlversal City to be paid, and my return expenses also to be paid If I do not obtain a perma nent contract. Signature (Gull trader II moot have tb* following agroemaat filled nt) M l«s .. whose signature to the above agreement 1 have wltnewed, I" under It year* of age but haa my permission to enter The Seattle Star Universal Film Co. 11.000 conteat and to fulfill the terms of the agreement an printed. Signature ........................... m a*...........*... Relationship •». ... •••••■••«■•••••••»• (State whether father. mother or guardian > Thirteen on Trial as Alien Smugglers Thirteen Japanese defendants were scheduled to go to trial befor Federal Judee K B. Cushman. at 2 p. m today, charged with amtiggling aliens Into the I'nlted States aboard the Japanrae liner Alabama Maru. They Include Y. Shotari, a local mer chant; eight Japanese stowaways and four other# of the crew of the vessel. Sunishi Mizuawa, a 14th de fendant, died In Jnll here. Another, I. Hirata, who waa Indicted In con flection with the smuggling plot, fled to .lapane before he colud be appre hended. TACOMA. —Mrs. Mary K. John son, former president of the Tacotna Grocery Co, Is dead here today. best policy." He returned the ring. That night, l.a Cade's wit* con gratulated him ou bis sleuthing abil ity. 7^l Varsity Alumni to Celebrate Saturday Delegates from every dlatrict In the state will be present at the Rat urduy night meeting of the Univer sity of Washington Alumni aaaocla tion at The Commona on the campus. The affair, scheduled to be the largest and most elaborate function ever celebrated by the aaaoclation. will with a at 0:S0. Dancing, singing, a faahion ahow and general entertulnment will follow a short but Important business meet Ing. Miss Marcla Conner promises novel deconit long and Roy Bosenthal la responsible for the Joy featurea. All former students of the univer sity. whether members of the aaao clation or not. are urgently request ed to attend the function. "lie must have heard that you had found fingerprint* on the table," she sjiid, admiringly. "How did you find thein and how did you ret the goods on him no that he returned the rlngT" Cade stuck his thumbs under his suspenders, like a% triumphant politician, and explained: "There were no fingerprints. Rut I had a good suspicion who wns guilty and I let my suspicions be nolwed around, together with the story that 1 had found fingerprints on the table. I thought the party I suspected would hear what I was saying and return the ring. He evi dently did." "Some bull." his wUa nan eluded. TWO CENTS IN SEATTLE ESCAPES MONROE PRISON GUARDS Fleeing Thru Farm Country; May Win His Way to Woods Section MONROE. Wash, April « niood hounda today were trailing Tom Sul livan, 25, a trusty at the state re formatory, who took "French leave" from the prison farm this forenoon. HullJvan was nerving a one to IS year sentence. Monroe Is surrounded by farming country and It Is believed Sullivan may have taken refuse in sAme farm house. If he eludes capture until night fall it la believed he may succeed In reaching the logging camp country In Cherry valley and escape alto gether. Bulllvan's departure la believed to be symptomatic of the Inmates' pro teat against conditions In the institu tion. Men recently released charge that Inmatea are subjected to brutal treat ment and that the food Is poorly prepared. Good Samaritan Is Freed of Fighting After being released on a charge of fighting with Walter Madden, when It was proved that he waa merely helping Madden to pick him self up, William Colelolough paid, Madden's fine of tit In police court Wednesday, Madden waa fined when, in answering the fighting charge, be rlnlmsd be koew nothmg about any fight and admitted that he had been drunk. 1 don't know who he h," Oof lot ouch aM, -but I don't want to him in jall." Window-Washing Palmist in Jail Because, when Hn. S Sike. Itit Hat are. N. E-, refused to allow him to wash her window*, he demanded that be be allowed to forecast the progreaa of her future fortune by reading tha wrinkles on her palm. D. K I'embleton, negro, wma arrest ed by Patrolman W. A. Elliott Tues day afternoon. Actor Defends His Sister; Is Stabbed Stabbed In tha abdomen while de fending the rood name of his sister- In-law, Douglas Richardson, It. ac tor, was in city hospital Wednesday. His condition la reported not aertona. Fred told Detectives G. A. Berg otrom and Ralph Cochrane that hla wife, hla brother Douglas and anoth er man were In the room. The other man la alleged to Ipre made a alur ring remark about Mr»- Richardson and the fight atarted. Man and Wife Flee From Burning Home Fleeing In their night clothes, Mr. and Mra. Henry Byers eared their Uvea at 1:40 a. m Wednesday when their home at 500 W. Republican at. was almost totally destroyed by fire. The houae and contents are valued at 11.350. Damage ia estimated at 11.000. Canning Co. Sued by Filipino Laborers Joaquin A. Lobregat, Filipino, and 15 other Filipinos swarmed into Judge Boyd J. Tallman'a court Wednesday to anrue their right t* «15.7*4 54 or the Hidden Inlet Can nlng Co.'a money. They claimed they canned salmon for the Alaska concern but have not been fully compensated. The company's de fense la thnt Its establishment was destroyed by fire before the can ning season of ItIO was completed. Hit by Freight; G. N. Road Is Sued Bit by freight train while driving a truck near Snohomish, February IS. ISJO, William Goodrich in suing the Great Northern railroad for 14.840 In Judge O. W. Drinker's court. Mayor Spurns Alys for Fair Gwendolyn •"Alys." tba golden key to the city which la given to all promi nent citizens* visiting here, has A deadly rival. "Gwendolyn," a grace fully-cut golden key presented to Mayor Caldwell at the opening of the Auto Show, was hanging on tho mayoralty wall Wednesday. The keys will be used Alternate, ly, according to Secretary H. Al fred Owen, Fatuous vlettors art 1 not permitted to keep the key to the city. It roust be returned the same day. so it can b« uaed over again. ji| 1I ' 11 I!