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VOLUME 23 What Do You Know? Housing Problem. Hermit Crab Has None Snails Build His. He's a Sfkeufutor. BV K. K. KRKK IN SHALLOW pool* along the sea beach Uvea a little creature which la the moat successful living •olver of the housing problem. If jrou look down for a few mln titea Into the tang»e of seaweeds, an tmon' i, starfish, urchins and other creaturea *uch aa fill these poola. jroti wII notice KWntly one of the evcr-pn «*nt snail sheila begin to Move off much more rt|Hdly than his dignity would ever permit a snail to Ulovr And If you look cloeely, you will •ee, coming out of the front end of the active shell, a few assorted feet and claws, with, tnaybe. a bright eye Or two aa welt. Thin la our enterprlaing friend, the Wmlt crab, and the ahell Isn't a ahell any more. It la hla crab Ship's house. Snill* are patient and Industrlou*. They build their house* slowly and Mildly, and no doubt with what to •n~it<lofn are the latest modern Im pmvnornts. Hut thla la too alow for the crab He la a speculator. He knowa that lota of things happen to patient, aim pie folks like snail--, and he waita around. Presently a starfish or a sea anem one e*trj»cts a anall and dines off htm. and the hftuae la to let Thla la where the rrab geta bu»y. Without bothering for legal procesaes. he ap propriates the houne that Mr Snail has had to leave behind him. and henceforth the nine points of law wfcich belong to the poaaeaaor have Changed their master. The crab drags the hooae along *rlth him wherever he goee. When dancer threatens. as when you reach down to pick up him and fcis hooae, he disappears aa quickly as an eye wink. He has gone Inside, folding him gelf Into a space an small that sar dine in tlna are looae and fluffy in .rl.ion. —T-.':t hla patience l*n't very long and If you lay hla house down In ghallow water. you will see presently a claw and a feeler or two puahed out aa a trial. If nothing happen*, a few feet eome out, and presently an eye comes up to the doorjamb and take* a look. If everything eeem* *afe, the T»«t of him come* out and off he (oes. house and all. Church Folk Praise 3 Public Officials Mayor CaMwtll. Police Chief W. H. Searing and IToMfutor Malcolm Douglas rwelv«d the rongrntula tlons of the m»ml»n of the Univer sity Msthodlsrt Episcopal church T . Ii" m their efforts to elevate the moral lon« of Sfftttle and to • darner on the *ll4 night here. Trusting hens COMMIT SUICIDE poisoned, a piece of halibut was hung In the henhouse of Nick Let glch, #7B llomar at, he told Capt. I* J Ijtuart, of Georgetown precinct, Tuesday. Two chickens died from eating the poisoned fish, and two i ethers were dying when Letglch dls . covered the poison. City Chemist A Jarobeon said that phosphorus had been pia<« d In the fish. Stillman Is Out as Banking Chief NKW YORK. May 3.—The reslgna tion of Jarne* A. Stillman as presi dent of the National City bank has b»en acceptcd, It was announced to d-iy. Charts E Mitchell, president of the National City company, has been elected to succeed him. It was stated. Stillman'* resignation wis first of frred several week* ago but refused at that time. • • • Mrs. Stillman May I Ask Public Trial NKW YORK, May 3 Mrs .lames A. Stillman may move, thru h» r at torneys, for a public trial when the secret hearings of her husband'* di vorce suit are resumed tomorrow, R vat learned from an authoritative source today. Fleet bird not FLEET ENOUGH Fleet Bird, Juvenile, waan't auch a 1 \e* t bird but what St ft. Kd Plelow grabbed hlrn at. 12th ave. h. and Jacknon flt., early Tuesday. Bird wan turned over to Juvenile authorities after he said he "je.a winder* In'/* $50,000 Worth of Booze Is Destroyed Good liquor was flowing freely ruout the entire state Tuesday. than 3 .',OO quirt* 0,000 went by the hoard. t'nder the direction of Collector Joscoe I>rutnhel|er, ru'tonw agent* in Beanie, Maine, I'ort Townsend on d other points were dumping thdr accumulated seizure*. In Seattle more than 2,000 quart* was destroyed Similar cleanups Ik ill be held ttcry three months. Weather Tonight and Wednesday, geneniUi/ fair; mwlerate winds; westerly. Trmprrnturw Ijtot i< Hour* Maximum, SJ. Minimum, US. Ti«lay iumhi, |9. HE HAD IN HIS POCKET AND HE TALKED TO POLICEMEN ALL AFTERNOON! REPORTER'S DANGEROUS ADVENTURE Seems to Prove That Boot legging Is Safest When Unconcealed nv K. P. CHALCRAFT "Can It br door?" asked Ihe fllj editor. **l don't know.** said I. "but I'm «tiling to try." That'* how It all started. Yeeterday afternoon I teated tha eyeelght and diacernment of Haiti tie policemen If carrying a bottle of liquor in my pocket thni tha down town »e. tions of lha city I carried It openly. affording every cop I saw an opportunity to aee it I tried to get arretted rnm johnnik wai.kfr Al l. 11l KR TOWN For two hour* yeeterday afternoon I wan lered about town with a quart of Johnnie Walker in my coat pocket. I accosted and converged with numeroua police officer*. I walked thru hotel lobtile* and loiter ed on busy street corner*. I d d my darndest to get arraatrd an<*— failed to get evan a rlae! That la to aay. the bottle I carried IXJOKFD like liquor It had ail the earmarks and •sternal altrihutag of tha real thing. As t4 whence the bottle came I pro. feaa entire Ignorance. The ctty edt tor handed It to me The label read: Special Old Highland Whisky John Walker A Sons, Kllmamork. And the odor that linrered within attested fragrantly that no bevo bad | gurgled there. "I want a bottle of coca cola." I said to the girl behind the *oda fountain counter In Rogers' candy ■tore. Thirty cent* worth of coca cola cave me a bottle of amber liquid surmounted with a skitter of foam ! It looked *0 real that I wras almost fooled myself for a moment. I was Just about to mount the siepa of tha poatoffk-e when there was a loud "Pop!" I heard something strike the pavement, and there was the glass cork to my bottle roll ing along HI feet away, Cora cola had some pep. It seemed. I hadn't counted on thai. I picked up the stopper, and. standing there In the stream of pedestrians. cut a vent In the cork gasket that surrounded the glass atopper, replaced the whole and entered the building. Thru the lobby 1 at rolled, mixing with the letter-poster* and stamp purchaser*, but nary a greeting nor suspicious look did I receive- until I walked up to Officer Brlggs. I know Rrlgg* well. See him every day. And a* he know* me and that w polled the game 1 let him In on Che secret. But I had to satisfy him before I left that It WAS coca cola In the bottle ItOTTIJC til lUiIJW: 1 I'l'Kß PART KXPOHEH leaving the postofflce. I iitrolled down Third ave. for two block* then turned down Seneca to Sec ond ave. The tattle gurgled In my pocket a* 1 walked along. The neck nnd upper part of the bottle was In plain eight, as was the *mall paster, "Bed I<ah*l, Johnnie Walker," which I had carefully turned to the outside. Few per sons noticed me at all. A few— three, I think I caught staring at my poeket when I turned quickly after they had passed. They hastily averted their glances. 1 walked down the east side of Second ave. to Madison at. I stepped out to the traffic cop at the first lull In the stream of vehicles. "Do the f'hlnney cars run on this street?" I ssked. He looked down at me. The "whisky" gurgled. A few (Turn U> I'age 7, Column 5) You May Be Whiskered; You May Be Fat;YouCan Be an Angel for All o'That Oh. for a thick bs*s voire. And an anir| I would b«; What od»U If I am fat And weigh Uire« twenty three? • • • If you happen to hear Crawford White, Tom Mllea or Dan handon chanting the above ditty, don't think they've b< < n affected by today's sun : hblne. Because, strange a* It may seem, they have a pretty good chance of iproutlnc wings, provided thoy can I only warble la the depths The Seattle Star fcniertd u H*cond Cla»» MatUr Mar ». ll»», at th* Po«(..fflf« at Bra M fa. Wa»h„ undrr tha Art of Confttii Marrh 1, 1171. I'rr T-«r. by Mall. |» to I* A BOTTLE OF BOOZE UXTREE! U. S. BOOZE VAULT IS ENTERED! (ALMOST. AT LEAST) AU eicitement with ths V 8 boose ilvulha Tun>U\ Somrtiody. II was irpurlM, had irN to brsuk into the vault where'* kept confiscated liquor. Tli» vault I* In u *»r»hog», which 1» well. its location's a a« ml The prohibition department hot footed it to lh« warehouse They found a window kl< ked out Zounda! Hut the vault wasn't touched So they all went hark to work And t)ia Ha a a waved and the sun •how and tha blrda twittered. And all waa wall. Page One, Column 3. "The Wayfarer." Seattle'* pageant. Talk It boost It—sing it Medina Municipal club urges new and better roads tor that section. We)iai..r. Ilolbrook. forestry espert. to go North In government work. Prewar rates on deferred cable service restored by Western I'nlon Southwestern Washington trade tour, May 24. signs lit bustnee* men. Ton snd a half of air mall in Feb ruary to Victoria can tad by Kddte Hubbard. Student opera. Franklin high lo give "The Princess Ronnie." neit Friday and Saturday. All-day meeting; Salvation Army temple. Thursday; Sixth are, be rwesn Plk* and l.'nion. In M. A. Matthews speak* en church advertising to Seattle Ad club Tuesday noon. Hon Marche. Attention U military Inspection this Thursday contingent upon ar rival of Inspecting officer. Fourteen Ingo's of steel, it ton* each, unloaded at Terminal A. from steamship Colin H Uvingstone Hearing on Alaska development board bill to be had Wednesday, ar cording to word from Washington. Patten club, composed of Kpisropal students attending V, holds annual Isinquet Friday at t p m at cwmptis commons New concern coming. Sticceas Heat er A Manufacturing Co, of Pes Moines, la., to establish distributing center In Seattle. King county sportsmen to hear Prof Trevor Klneald on gnme fish. Wednesday noon. Chamber of Com merce assembly room. Kverybody's eating candy *t 17 this week.. Art students conducting sale to raise funds for open house they're to have m a couple of week" Alice Walker, 44. fortune teller, listened to the reading of the signs by Justice of the Peace C, C. I>a!ton Tuesday. She was aaaesscd a fre of 1.0. Funeral for Mist Scripps in London LONDON. May % The fun*n»l *ervlc«a of Mitt R Virginia flcrlppa <<f San Pl*ko. Cal.. fVI ImM 'hln afternoon at HL George* In Han over iifiuare. The Flav. Thlrkrv***. re« tor of Ht. Oeorife>. officiated Hev eral relatives and ii»r»onal friend* wer«» pr»»*ent. Final n#-rvlce* will he held at Ttuw* vllle. 111, after the remain."* are tak en to America. MUm Hrrlppw died In Ix>ndon lawt w»-#«k. having b*en tiiken 111 at Cairo, K«>'pt, while on a trip around th»* world, utartlng from California. Harding Says He Can't Come West Prealdent Hardin* ha* declined the Invitation extended by Mayor Ctldwitll to vl*lt Heattle and Alaska during the coming aummer. "Th« pre*ident anticipate the pleasure of a vlalt to the Pacific coast," the letter redtea, "but In tho preaent unsettled state of public bualnes* he doe* not know when h*" will be able to leave Washing toir for any extended trip." • • • WASHINGTON. May I.—Vic* President Coolldgo announced tormy that he Intend* to « trip to th«» Pacific coaat next June. Kor the lid In off! All specifications governing length, breadth, heft and win* spread of angel* are hereby suspended. Heattle In now In the market for bo wl egged, Kklriny, lonic, short, dumpy or flappy angel*. flock mod el* or remnant*. liven Harry Carroll. sprouting whl*ker* a la Charley Hughe*, inay qualify. Kor Montgomery I,yncb said so to day. And next to Michael Angelo, On the Issue of Americanism There Can Be No Compromise SHIP STRIKE a -lockout; MEN CLAIM Nothing Stirring on Seattle Waterfront as Result of Marine Dispute Kailormen loitered on the dorka In the offices of the *rr«t shipping ronptaln rlrrlu uul officials Idled at their deaka. Iluft m going ve« win. levuhwt to piers. tu* at their hawser* ia«Jly. Not a propeller turned It warn a aad look Ini mtfrfrimt here today. Not a word < tiw from Wvchln* ton to Indicate that the *o railed na tlmi wide strike of miwn. now In It* third day. *u nmr to irtt!»ni«iil Hriurx n and thlpplnt men alike wera henry Jowled KKI'UKT I'ACinr CO \HT MKN l>. \\ K (IINntHKNCK All day lone turn c*me an<l went at the office# of the Sailor*' union. 14 Heneo* it The word «M passed that Pacific coast representative* of the union* had left the conference* In Washington and wer« corning home, thut tha confareme, In far I. m »und*r»d. Orave feres heard a report that | the rnd of lb* "strike - " was far away unless the Amertcrn flteemOslf. Own- 1 ars" n.*»Ullon agrees to Heeretary Hoover"* suggestion tfcat a mßllnliofi commission of three private rltlxans I* irlven power to ea'lla the dla ptita. I w*n at tha Bailor*" union they don't call the "strike" a atrtka. Tliey call tt a ImkouL "When the men demand higher ware*." explained a union nwmler, ""and matk out. then It'a a atrlke. When the companies rut your pay. then It'a a lockout. Our pay was cut. "The shipping t»oard hss an nounced that the cut amount* to about IS p*r cent decrease. What It really amounts to Is €0 lo "4 per cent cut. s\\ TIIKV DOVT OBJECT TO MKItK ( I T IN WAGICtt "We don't object to a mere cut In They are trying to forre ti« bark 20 years to Chinese working conditions and wages. "We hart t»een getting $9O s month, with 75 cents an hour over time for working ship snd fl an hour overtime for working freight We have had the S hour day, three watches a day. "Now they off*»r n* |7f R0 a month, no overtime, and a 24 hour day. They wnnt us to work any time during the ?4 hours without additional pay That'* what we object to. the abolish ing of overtime We have been al lowed overtime since 1900. ''lncluding sll men who are put out of work thru our refusal to ac cept the new condition*, this port has about f.OOO Idle This Is the first time waires have been cut since 1*94 ." MIIITING MKN IIOPFFIIj of qi ick si-rrn-KMKNT Shipping *eem«»«| hopeful that the strike, or/"strike," or lockout, would l«# ended Soon and that sea traffic will soon t»e resumed, possibly within 24 hours. The steamnhlp City of Peattlf, scheduled to wiU for Alaska at 9 p. m . was to her berth at the Pacific Kteamahip company dock. In definitely. "As fnr ss I know she will sail st o'clock," said Chief Clerk I* Johnson, facetiously. "That's all any of us know." Other shipping men confessed they knew as little as Johnson al.out the time the dispute will l»e settled. I,ike the sailors they are waiting for some word from the Atlantic coast. "Wo aro In the hand* of our friend*, the American Ship Owners' association, entirely," said one. "Hep re*entatlves of tho owners and ths unftms are In conference with Adml ral Itenson and other shipping board officials. What they dcclde to do. we'll do." KEATTLR, WASH., TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1921. TWO MORE SELECTIONS FOR THE SEMI-FINALS Miss Enid Metcalf (left) and Miss Louise Lough (right) were selected by the judges tp~ dag for the semi-finals in The Star-lJniversal Film company contest, the winner of which noes to I'nivrr*»l Qiiy <a play in pictures for 10 weeks this summer at tIOO a week. EXPECT TO END MARINE STRIKE Both Sides Are Claiming Victory KKW TOMK. May 1- Karly set tlenient of the murine strike and complete victory wajt being claimed by ls>th aides hare today. Katimatea of th* number of men and ships tied up as a result of the aalkout. which jot under way Hun day as a protest against a IS per rent wage reduction, were atlll con* flirting. The sramen declared that prac tically the entire strength of the In ternational Seamen's union. 175 000. had re«ponded to the etrtke order Ttie American Steamship Owners' a*.«o< latlon contended that only a few hundred went out. The beat "neutral" figure* obtainable here were 3.000 men for New York and 15,000 for the entire Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific coast*. Sign: "No Fishing"; He Found There Was Oeorps Young could read (he sign* hut didn't believe they meant any thing. He offered that eiplanitlon for fishing In Tokul creek Bnturday, according to County flame Warden A. J. Beach, who swore out a com plaint against Young In the prose ruling attorney'n office Tuesday. )le«irh accused Fred Harris of the finne offense. TT'S A GIRL! 1 A 9-POUNDER! Immigration Inspector C. E. Keagy was treating everybody to smokes Tuesday. 'Mary betty —nine pounds net," he grinned. Woman Found Dead, Revolver in Hand CHICAGO, May 3 - Mrs. A. J Clauthler, well-dressed woman of 3ft. was found h**re early today on the "gold const," with a revolver In her hand and a bullet hole thru her head. Polloe said she had committed sui cide. The woman had been living In a rooming house close to Chicago's ex elusive residential district, police stated. UST TEST ftlH TOMORROW EVE Two More Girls Picked for the Semi-Finals With the taking of the taut prelim I nary twit film* acheduled for tomor row evening. the Judces of The Star- I'nlveml Film oompnny content to <lny turned their at.entlco to plana for the final stage* of the competi tion that ia to arod aome Seattle girl to rnlvera.il City this lummer to be come. It la hoped, the greatest (tar In fllmdom. Only those irtrln who hava not al ready been reentered oy the movie camera are to report for the laat teat film, Olrla who could not report at any other tune, on account of em ployment or for other reason*, are •«]|ed for tenia at the atudto of the Pacific Film ICnterprleea. 14th ave. and E. line »t„ at 7 o'clock Wednes day e\enlng. The studio can be reached by the Cnpltol hill car. TWO MIIKK I'IC'KKD HIR THE UK MI FINALS The Judges numrd two more con testanta today who are to compete In the semi finals. They are Miss Knid Melcnlf. 944 N. 35th st., and MLI 9 Iconise 1/OUKh, 207 N. 60th at. (Irnatest care la being exercised by the Judge* In choosing semi final con tenders Every effort la being made to select from the several hundred who entered the contest those who appear to have the most vivid acreen personality. The Judges are scrutinizing all en tries clo.tely for the possessor of "that something" that maUea great movie stars, not beauty merely. Miss Metealf, the Judges thought, "registered well" |n a Utile comedy that was taken the first week of the con teat, Mlsa l/ough appeared In another scene during the second week. She. the Judges thought, ahowed a certiUn Indefinable "something" that "got over rather nicely." (INK IS I'll (INK 4.1 It 1.. (INK (.(IKS I'll SCIIOOI. Miss Metcalf la 18. She la a tele phone operator In the North ex rhange. MisS I.ough. 17, Is attending school. She Is a daughter of Mrs. Kern Irene I.ough, who. If wins. Is going to California with her. Montgomery ought to know some thing about angels. He created a few thousand back In Cincinnati. And now lift la In .Seattle to organize a few thousand morn. The only requirement Is that they be able to sing, preferably baas They're wanted In the choru* of the great religious pageant, "The Way farer," to be presented at the Sta dium July 23 to 29. If you cun sing, you're as good as 7 LATE EDITION HIGH 11. S, MAN HELD; BRIBERY Confidential Government Agent Arrested John P. Wheeler, accredited con fidential ngrnt of the United State* interdepartmental toclal hygiene tmuni. wax under arrest In Seattle Tuesday on charges of acc«ptlng a hrit* of |5OO from an alleged liquor dealer In Salt I.ake (sty. Wheeler «u arrested at his real dence, 272: Fourth ave.. by F-dwln It Tobey, deputy I'nited State* mar shal. Tuesday morning upon a war rant Issued Hi Halt I Jikr. Tlie department of which Wheeler I* a representative It one of the most confidential of tha government's secret bureau*. >lj» sjwcial work ha* !>een to obtain evidence on source* of vice In the vicinity of military posts. lie waa commlssion ed In this work September I, 1920. According to the charges. Wheeler [ accepted a bribe of 1500 in Salt l.ake lon January 13, 1921, from Max Roaenblum. alleged wholesale liquor dealer, to full to report the evidence obtained, and to accord Immunity to two other men Implicated. Martin Callahan and Hurry Johnson. At a hearing before t r . S. Commis sioner McClelland, Wheeler late Tuesday afternoon was bound over for removal to Salt Lake City on 13.000 bond. "It'* a frame up of some kind —I won't know Just what until 1 get there," Wheeler Raid as he waa leav ing the federal building to lunch with Deputy Marshal Toby. "This fellow Rosenblum I know by sight—l know practically every bootlegger In the state of I'tah by sight—but I don't remember of ever having; spoken to him In my life. "Only one thing worrie* me. Roscnblum I* the head of a gang of very wealthy and Influential boot leggers. If anybody is In a position to frame a charge against a man. Roaenblum la." Wheeler'* pretty yoting wife and 9 month-old baby will probably fol low him to Salt he wild. "I haven't got f3,000 bail, so I'll have to go without them," he said. Wheeler hall* originally from Texas, but was educated In Spoknne. Me graduated from the old Spokane high school In 1907. an angel now. Muke yourself known to Montgomery Lynch. Rehearsals will be held at the Klrst Methodist church Monday evenings. While tliore Is a particular shortage of hiiss singers, sopranos, tenors, con traltos, Hnn the other 57 varieties are also needed. So— Step up, angels! I'ark your harps outside. Clear your throats and have a try at the Hallelujah preliminaries. TWO CENTS IN SEATTLE RESCUING BOAT EN ROUTE TO THISPORT jap Steamer Burns Off Ore gon; 1 Dead, 8 Lost, 65 Are Saved The blackened bull of the TokwjFO Mam. Japanese steamship which burned late yesterday, waj atlll afloat today somewhere off the Pa ■-iflr coast, below Aatorla, a menaeo to navigation. Smoke wu allU belching from thO liold, and flame* were atlll spurting 'itfully from the charred cargo of lumber. Thin Information trickled Into 8» ittle by radio from the Standard On tanker Charley Watson. which ro ported Righting the bull at TJO a. n» SI RVIVORM ON WAV TO SEATTLE Thta discredited earlier re porta that the wreck of the big veernl had buckled and sunk either lact night or early thia morning. Meanwhile the U. 8. transport B» ford waa somtwhere near Capo Flat' lery, steaming alowly toward Heattla with (S aurvlvora, all Japaneoa, la eluding Japanese women and chil dren, returning from the wait ooaat »f South America to Japan. The Buford waa expected to ant** here lata tonight. Neither the U. & naval radio atatlon nor the harbag department wireless atatlon had bo— able to get In direct touch with tha Buford lato In the forenoon. The Buford waa In otrilai M» manieatlaa an forenoon with Baa Francisco. making irrupaMli with the Toyo Klaen Kalaha. ownara of the lost ahlp, for providing food and clothing for the aurvlvora ipot arriving in Seattle. KXPLORIONS SHAKE SHIP; NITRATE AFIRE Theories as to the cause of the fln differed. The ahlp carried. In addi tion to her lumber cargo, a heavy load of nitrate*. The fact that a serle* of explosions shook the vNHI after the fire started, leads to tha theory that the nitrates becamo Ig nited and In turn fired the highly In flammable lumber cargo. Fanned by a 30-mlle gale, th* flames spread so rapidly that many aallora had to leap Into the sen to save themselves. At 6:13 last night, the Buford sent out the following message: "Tokuyo Maru has now sunk. Lota of people In water with life preserv ers on and some swimming. Santa Alicia now on way." At 7:05 the Buford told the coast guard tug Snohomish: "We have picked up 41. including five babies.'* The U. 8. naval radio atatlon re ported late thla forenoon that at I a. m. the Buford's position was off Cape Flattery, about 12S miles from Seattle. At that hour It was believed that both the Buford and the Snohomish were still searching for the blackened hull of the Tokuyo Maru. Flames Break Out 60 Miles Off Columbia ASTORIA, Ore. May 3 —The Jap anese steamship Tokuyo Maru, Port land for the Orient, burned at tea 60 miles out from the Columbia river, early last night. One life was lost; eight persons are missing. Twenty-seven were on the way to Seattle thlt morning In the hospital ward of the I'nited States army transport Ruford. They Included four children and one woman. Sixty-five in all were rescued by the Uuford, which arrived at the scene of the fire within 30 minutes after she hud picked up the S. O. S. call. I .KPT PORTLAND St'NDAY NIIiHT The Tokuyo Maru left Portland Sunday night with a cargo of lum ber for llong Kong. She crossed out here at 7:30 a. m. yesterday. According to wirelcKs dispatches picked up at North Rend the Toll* uyo Maru caught fire shortly afUT 4 p. m. Within an hour the fir* was beyond control. The docks weTS so hot that they buckled. TRANSPORT IJOKB TO THK KEBCI E The Tokuyo Maru sent out a wire less call for help, which was picked up at Marshfletd. Ore., and North Head. Neither of these stations waa able to keep In touch with her far any length of time, however, as har apparatus failed within 20 minutes. The transport Buford was first to arrive on the scene. The steamers Alicia and Horace X. Baxter, the coast guard cutter Snohomish and the tanker William F. Ilerron soon followed. All but eight of the persons aboard the Japanese ship were transferred. These have not been accounted for, after a careful check by Cupt. K. Su lukl, master of the 111-fated steamer. One of those rescued by the Ruford later died of exposure, according to a wireless report. The Tokuyo Maru carried only (Turn U> Pace 7, Column 3)