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HYSTERICS AT TRIAL Mrs. Cora C. Orthwein Hears Bitter Arraignment in Zeigler Murder Case BY r.IRL VICTOR I.ITTI.K CHICACK). June 13.—Mrs. Cora C. Orthwein become hysterical In court today when Prosecutor Lloyd Heth accused her of shooting her lover In the back. The defendant, charged with mur dnrlnjr Herbert P. Zeigler, aqulrtned under the bitter arraignment of Heth, who made the opening argument for the atate. Her eyes were blootshot from crying. SAYS ZKUiI.KK WAS SHOT TtlKl BACK "When police raided Mra. Orth weln's apartment March I. they found her sitting In a chair clad in lingerie and crying, '1 shot him.'" Bald Heth. "Zeigler. 11.000 a month executive of the Goodyear Tire A Rubber company, waa on the bed — shot thru the back "There wa* a whisky bottle, partly full, on the dresser. Oin bottles, empty and full, were lying all around. A case of gin was in tbe closet. "The defendant say* she shot him when he tried to break Into her apart ment. It was not hers. Zelgler's clothes were there; he paid the rent and gave her 1250 a month. He had a light to go there, where he had llv ed with her for five yeans. "Mrs. Orthwein was still Intoxicat ed when put In a cell. She kept ahoutlng, 'I killed him. Why did 1 kill him? Yes, I killed Herb, the only man I ever loved.'" DKRCRIHKS XIGHT OF RKYKMiY Heth charged Mrs. Orthwein with alaytng Zeigler because she was Jeal ous of Mrs. Charlotte Lewinsky, the ' "kissing blonde," and she was ob aeeoed with the Idea that Zeigler was K«ing to return to his family and leave her. The prosecutor then told of the "wild night of revelry" that preceded Zeigler s death. SAYS ORGANIZED LABOR 6ROWING Wage Cutting Boosts Union ism, Says Woll BT J. L. O-SIXUT.W DENVER, Colo., June 11.—Wage cutting by large employer*, advocat ins the "American plan." has aided organized labor In Its fight agaln.it the open shop, according to the belief Of labor leaders here. Matthew Woll. vlc« president of the American Federation of Ijtbor. which opened its annual convention here today, declared In an Interview with the United Pre** that open shop employers had greatly strengthened the ranks of unionism by "the arbi. trary way in which they reduce waces without consultation or con ■(deration." BATS UNIONS ARE STRONGER "By the arbitrary and dictatorial way In wlflch they decided men must not have the right to bargain collec tively, they have proved to the work lng men that their only way of sal vation lies with the trade union movement,'* Woll said. Woll pointed to the increase In the American Federation of Labor, a* shown In the executive council's re port, as evidence of the claim that the attitude of the employers was driving the men into the ranks of unionism. The Increase Is not altogether made up of paying members tho, he said. A member who is out of work does not have to pay union dues, and the number who are paying dues decreas ed because of unemployment. The open shop fight I* the most Important one coming before the con vention. Decision of many other Im portant matters before the conven tion, such as wage cutting and unem ployment, will hinge on the plan* made to further combat the open ■hop drive. PARADE OPENS THE SESSIONS A parade of delegates from the headquarters to the convention hall officially opened the sessions today. Follrwing addresses of welcome by Mayor D. C. Bailey and other*. Sam uel Oomper*. president of the federa tion .delivered his annual address. (j*piipers was expected to give dele gate*, In his speech, nhmn definite Idea of hi* attitude on reelection to the presidency. The fight of some element* to on neat Gompers has had little attention from the veteran lejider thus far. The report of the executive council was also presented at the session to day, covering the activities of the or ganization during the last year. 373 to Be Graduated From the University With a record class of 373 to be graduated, University of Washing ton commencement week exercises will b'gln Saturday, June 18, and end the following Monday. Alumni day, Class day and I'hl Keta Kappa banquet will be held Saturday, The baccalaureate address will be given at 11 a. m. Sunday, In Meany hall, by Dean Hhaller Matthews, of the Dlvin jfjr school of the University of Chi cago. The gauduatlon address will be given a-t 10:30 a. m. Monday, In Meany hall, by Alfred H. Upham, newly elected president of the Unl- Verlwty of Idaho. Butchers Devour Whole Ton of Meat More than a ton of meat wan de voured at the annual barbecue of the Meat Cutters' local union, at Fortu na park Sunday. Ivan De VllllerH. the "flying cowboy." wan prevented from making a parru-hute jump when hln piano punctured a pontoon •arlier in the day. "Waffle Queen" Miss Margaret Smith of Berkeley, CaL, is "waffle queen" of Wellesley college. H'on the honor in a baking contest. Veteran Hurt by Sneers at His' Peg Leg Alfred llouture of Klrkland was visiting relatives In Canada when the world war broke out. He enlisted, went overseas, was gassrd once and twice wounded. He served five years and came home a cripple. Thursday evening he got out of Seattle General hospital following an operation. He was hobbling down the street. "At Third and Madison," he said today, "two young men. Si or 30 years old, passed me. One said, with a sneer, nodding at me : " See what he got for Joining the army a wooden leg." "The other laughed and added: ""Ye*. That's what they should get 1 "That's the first time anyone had ever sneered at me. It hurt more than my wounds. I turned around to answer, but they'd gone on. I'd like to get hold of those two. I don't happen to have a wooden leg. hut whether 1 have or not, I don't like that kind of remarks and I don't think any other wounded veteran does." 1,000 Babies Entered in Health Week Here With 1,000 babies entered for clin ical tests. Baby Health Week will open Tuesday on the fourth floor of the Bon March*. Each b.iby will be examined and given » ruling based on government standard*. Only children too young to no to school have been allowed to renter. The session will lai«t four day*, and will be heJd under the auspices of the Seattle Federation of Women* Club*- Addresses by authorities on the various pha.se* of Infant care will be inn at I p m. on each afternoon of the session. Harding Sends In Nominations WASHINGTON. June 13 Prwsl dent Harding today sent the follow lng nominations to the senate: To be director of the bureau of for eign and domestic commerce—Julius Klein of Massachusetts. To be brigadier general, regular army—Col. Robert Emmett Challan of the coast artillery corps. To be United States attorney for •district of Nebraska—James C. Kins ler of Nebraska. To be assayer In the mint at San Francisco John McCabe of San i Francisco. tmrnsmmtm New Georgette ]Aa Ap BLOUSES SOXO The daintiest Georgette Blouses imaginable in such colors as white, j.pricot, flesh, navy, sunset, bisque, gray and jade. Trimmed with insertion, fine tucks, embroidery, frills edged with Val. lace and needle embroidery in self or contrasting colors. Sizes 36 to 42. New Trimmed AP 4 MILLINERY) New Trimmed Straws in unique style come in such attractive shades as jade, silver, Copenhagen, scarlet and black. There are also many white organdie and black transparent hats at the same price. Jersey Silk | Oft PETTICOATS These fine Petticoats arc made of genuine Cheney Bros, silk jersey. They come in such desirable color ings as brown, scarlet, gray, black, green, Copen hagen and many others, with accordion-plaited ruffles in fancy stripes. Percale and Gingham 1 AN Bungalow Aprons | Several styles in light and medium dark stripes, checks and figured patterns. All well made from very good quality fabrics. BEAR IS DEAD; LONG LIVE BEAR * Mr. Bruin Shot, but Mrs. Bruin and Cub "Carry On" The famous Wwt Seattle hear In no more. Instead, police have now two I tear* to contend with. Hruln wua *!uln In combat with Patrolmen J. 11. Sto«l«inr<l and M. 8. ArlmgiiH Saturday, but Mr*. Hruln I atul Hruln, Jr., have made their formal debut In Went Seattle circle*, appearing Sunday In the chicken yard of John Uuent, 1253 Went ' Myrtle *t. Mr*. Hruln left without 1 leaving notice of future addrcft*. ! Oueat called police to notify them that the notorlou* thief waa abroad atfaln. Stoddard, who had slain the \>ear, wa* loath to believe It. Ilruln wan dead, that nettled It. "Mebl* It'# Ma ghaut!" ruminated Stoddard. Hut Mr*. Hruln had also brought along a f\irry little black cub, no It wa* finally decided that there were two liear*. The two patrolmen were scheduled to xeek the latent arrival Monday, dl*mn*ed it* Ruiwltn aqulr rel* In the hope of bagtflnff bears No* 2 and 3. News in Tabloid Phlnney Ridge resident* picnicked Sunday In Woodland pork. Seattle Harden club plans program of planting to beautify Seattle. June 25. Forluna park, former resl dent* of Michigan und Pennsylvania to frolic. Special services marked observ ance st Temple de Hlrsch Sunday of Shubuoth. Jewish holy day. Girls' club No. 1, for girls who sre making their own way In tho world, opened at 1115 1117 E. Cherry St. No decision yet by U S. public health hospital board on county's offer of hospital site at Willows farm. Many churches more ItVe hospl tils than power houses, says the Rev. A. P. Klein. Dunlap Baptist church. Hear Admiral John Iloogewerff. new head of naval observatory nt Washington. D. C, due In Seattle 9:30 p. m. Monday. J. J. Wettrlck, who lost out when city council abolished his Job of chief engineer In public utilities depart ment, to be reinstated. To discuss plan* for school houv at Magnolia Bluff, meeting at home of Mr*. Robert Burt, 1730 Magnolia blvd- 8 p. m. Monday. City park commissioner* from Berkeley, Cai., Vancouver. B C, and Belllngham Inspected Seattle's pub lic playground* Sunday. Seattle resident* urged to tele graph house conferees on naval ap propriation bill, to arouse them to action on Sand Point site as navsJ air base. Milton B. Mcintosh appointed managing director of Fsr Fa*tern department. Pearson Engineering corporation. His headquarters will be In Seattle. Washington Annex, *5O Monday night; mo-ting of person* who will canvas city for fund* for religious center to be erected adjoining uni versity campus. Wlrvfam Impnlsm »mt from Um> Washington observatory are cor recting the time of a selfwinding ftfctrlc clork in N>w J'*r*ey. THE SEATTLE STAR Catholic Order in Convention Tuesday Washington jurUdl. tion of th* Catholic Ordfr of Kotmlmh will open it* tenth normal convention In tjkattle at 1» o'clock Tuamlay morn lug, with himhk In Bt. Al"*on«n< church, ut W. sKth at. und 15th uvr. N. \V. Th« convention will tx* Iwnd In the hall adjoining the church. The long**! mile U Sweden'*, 11,- varda; tha ahorteat la China's, 705 yard*. HILDREN S Spe- am jm f**ET the little ones' The DoivMarclie *^~£Lr Baby Health Week at The Bon Marche is conducted under the direction of the Seattle Federation of Women's Clubs, assisted by many of the leading physicians, surgeons and dentists of the city. # Besides the Clinic, held each day from 10 a. m. to 4 p. there are interesting lectures by doctors, dentists and educators, and mothers will find each of these talks especially valuable. Registrations for Examinations Now Closed Baby Health Week I Lecture I A Photograph of Your Executives - Program Baby FREE information Mr» j m Cunningham MRS. HENRY LANDES, size 4x6 inches in folder, one to be given to the moth- Ur*. iiarry Krwin President Seattle Feder- er of each batty examined and a duplicate photograph CLINIC ation of Women's Clubs, to be shown in the Bon Marche Windows as soon as Chairman Mr*. D. A. Mbfrt presiding. possible. Vice Clutlrman Sir*. Frank L. Parkrr , ~ .... ... Chairman m.Htaff Mra. w. « <jri«woid 2:00 p. m. "How to —A l?ooth of things made by the children of the chairman Woman', Htaff Mr« wniiam Hov>y Answer Children's Ques- Orthopedic Hospital in the Baby Show —proceeds to He*urtration chairman Mr,, a. j. Jo.t tions," illustrated by go to the hospital Registration AnnKtanU . Mr*, j. w. lima, Mr*, w. t Lopp. Mr, ii E. stereoptieon pictures of —Go-carts to be checked on the second floor. Chairman of Mraaurlng and Scoring. Mm J. 11. Dietrich* the beginning 01 life. A .1 , , u-u-i • .• ... .. Chairman of it. living Mr. k. i) d.pu, Dr. Maud Parker —A show and leather exhibit in connection with the Chairman of l>entaJ Mr*. Carl Reeves * I*oot-<>-Scope demonstration. Chairman of .. . Mr- w H Th«n P »n 2:30 p. m.—' 'The Palychol- —Demonstrations and display of Maternity Corsets, ffl n r ith ul £ B on fittln * * iven in m the program SSi stiff ' Room chairman Mr, R. f ' —Milk-warming service located just outside the Axalatanla Mra. W. 8. Grirwold. Mra Ethel D. llUklntone ~ DUrsery. | A Sale of Little JP; »$.•••. Things for Baby, IN THE BABY SHOP—SECOND FLOOR 'is Your Summer Home ' £SSKS£ JEfe IfL' Ready for Vacation Days? »'- . „ T.. , . ~ . • . —Organdie Sips to match ,1 I \ \ \ VJM \y " All the things you 11 need for the summers comfort frocks, 1.95. and convenience are ready for your selection at the Bon _riuffv Poke nnnnpt« t n «i * tVY/» Marche—and prices are very reasonable, indeed. match, 1.50. A Sale of 40-pound Cotton /? QC Garment Co., Seattle. M.ttLfi covering.—weii made Specially Made-up Heavy Outing —suitable for camp or cottage—4o-pound weight. LftVetteS at LOWCF Diapers TEN 3-FT. FOLDING COTS AT 3.00. t» • i nr TEN 3-FT. FOLDING COTS AT 3.50. rTICeS A.yO LK)Zeil TWO 2-FT. 6-INCH FOLDING COTS AT 3.00. „ . ... Heavy weight, hemmed, size TWO 2-FT. 6-INCH FOLDING COTS AT 3.50. k ~ J" P , yet „~ machine- 27 inches. TEN 4-FT. 6-INCH REINtXJRCED BED SPRINGS AT 3.50.' made gannents—9.so. —Toilet Baskets, three sizes, SIX 4-FT. 6-INCH REINFORCED BED SPRINGS AT 4.00. _43.piece Layettes machine- assorted, 95c. 36-Inch Terry Cloth 36-Inch OT.rdr.pe made garmenU_X9.so. -Nureery Chalra. thra. rtyle. at BSc Yard Madra, 79c Yard ' 6 e J les - h "" d - ,n * de to loSo.TSSSd' tUTS? 6 M For portieres, couch covers, imported and Dome st i c ri . . T ' t „ . -Silk-tufted Comforters, pink drapes, pillows and other pin- ovcrdrape Madras—shadea of S <! !i an " IT " l ( (! or blue « ha » d embroidered, 1.95. poses in the summer home— a garments—white wicker layette Good mialitv knitter! n,mt k splendid assortment of de- old blue, old rose, tan. green chest induded-79.50. pinkTr blue 25c signs and colors-both sides deßl^s - aJI Bathing the demon- -Machine-knitted Sweater al,kC - 36 ,nChCS 4 ., rAT 'tration each morning during f£ queß ' P ink ' blue whi^ 36-INCH ECRU MARQUISETTE 27c A YARD Baby H lth Wcek __ u al , hand madp « lmi Drau nwork and tape edge borders , Room lace trimmed S ® S1 ' PS ' FOURTH FLOOR —THE BON MARCHB IHCe l«mmea, 1.8&. _ _=«== Babies' Silk and Wool Shirts „ M ott Annette make, sizes 2 to 6 i/OC For the Summer oummer Home second floor—the bon marche Home Bedding and ■ ilMuLriiT 011 „hl Towels Wash Goods for American Lady . -Willow Clothe. B-ket. for Summer Clothes Corsets 2 50 packing 1.74. inches, at 25<. —White Nainsook, 36 inches V;UlOCl& 6.UU i mf 6 Kettles at —Hiick Towels, 16x31 inches, wide, soft, even finish, 25<. Low-busted Pink Coutil Cor wu<? to 1.73. white with red borders, or —Flowered Organdie, 40 inches se t for the slender fi<rnre —Cray Enamel Coffee Pots- a n wh ite, at 15*. wide, lengths 2to 6 yaids- and Coffee Boilers, 60* to —Pillows. 22x28 inches, filled floral patterns, 35*. lightly boned and fitted with 2.00. with feathers—covered with —Striped Madras Shirtings, 32 ur osc supporters. —l4-quart Gray Enameled Dish good ticking, 1.10. or 36 inches wide, white . . T. „ Pans at 75*. —Pillows, 19x26 inches, cov- grounds, at 30*. American Lady Corset, model —2.25 Wash Boilers, with gal- e red with good ticking—filled —Beach Cloth, white, 36 inches of Pink coutil for the average vanized bottoms, reduced to with feathers, 95*. wide, suitable for outing skirts figure; very long skirt, well 1 -®®* (ir . .. „ _ .. . —Cotton Blankets, 50x72 and suits, 29*. boned with black boning, 3.50. —7..»0 Optimus Swedish Oil inches, in gray and tan with —White Gabardine, plain or S SS t0 C 4 JW Pink and blue borders; pair, fancy weave, 34 and 36 inches -American Lady Corset, twe^ duced to 3 4*. —Cotton - filled Comforters 50*! ° " yar b toned, of heavy bi-oche with low -~3 50 Wlute Porcelain Slop Jar with floral challie covers— —Fine White Voiles in plain bust, long skirt and dainty tnm with cover reduced to 2.49. full s i ze , 2.75. weave, 38 and 40 inches wide, ming ° f Val. lace and ribbon, at union STREET BABKMKNT THmn floor lengths to 8 yards—3o*. 5.50. _ , ~ ——————' FABRIC FLOOR—THIRD SECOND FLOOR Dedicate Roadway Round Seward Park City off Ida In and tAidtTR of the Autnmblle club of Wa«h Ingi'xi officially opened another link in Rcattl«'« unexcelled park houle vard *y«tem, wh**n they dedicated tho roadway encircling Howard park peninsula. Mil hmtnred of Iternbramft* file ture* and 300 of hi* engraving* are in eilatenoe. Boys Stage Circus for the Orthopedic Iloy* In the neighborhood of 3202 Irving Nt , led by Karl Knight, Teddy Mailer, Oeorge Hitching* and othera, Ntag'd a clrcua Haturday and reined M 1& for the Children'* Orthopedic hoepitel. A street parade of comb blower* end a kettle drum beater drummed up the bualneNN. The May report of the hofipit.il nhowed 67 patient* dl*« harged during the month. 34 being cured, 10 Im proved and I unimproved. Seattle Time on Bridge It Extended flMtlle ban *n f*trn Hlon of 10 day* on the tim« allowed fo compU-tn this cily'i »üb«rr!ptlon Of $40,000 for bridge Mtock of th^ proi»ofM*d $.100,000 toll brldir< over ihi* Columbia riv« r. The Cham ber of Commerce ban committer out famlliarlzlnic buHn«*M m«*n with th«* that will acrruf to K#?attl«* from the conntrucUon of tb#» bridge. S«*attl#« hsiN rained $25,000 tu date. Rote Show to Give Portlanders a Rut That Keattle'a annual r©*» •hi* Koinjc to iclvc Portland a run | | firwt money waa th«- d»<laf*tJ Monday of H. (!, Collier of iho w mMitriy, who haa Juat frturnul fH Portland, wh«-re h«* aet*d aa a Ju«! In the roae exhibition Heattl*'* n ahow will be held her« J una an'J 23. No one nilrifN the line Ih-liii hid on a fi*hlng trip.