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The Star Goes Into 10,000 More Homes Than Does Any Other Seattle Newspaper
VOLUME 2% JITNEYS MAY BE REPRIEVED! Star Man Probes Baffling Oregon Murder Mystery Home Brew, Lan evening in the like of L ijttij-; home bkkw. jr. 4 p. m.—Bees parent arrive home on Jitney and Inform# neigh borhood. 4. Jl—Asks parent If hs haa brought home any candy, toys, fruit, nuts, furniture, bricabrac or food •—especially food. 4JS—Fights terrific battle with Jack, his sidekick, using straight lefts and taking a wallop on the right sar. Swears violently. 4:42—Tak-n to bathroom by fe maJe parent, who washes tongue With custllo son p. this being the penalty tor using the language copyrighted by the male parent. 4:41 —Preseats against custile soap and demaads Falm Olive In future. tall—Attempts to hitch pet pup to sisjbii, with baling wire. Pup pro tests vehemently aad makes escape rnmum street to neigh bors home, e e e iil—iAj "Wnen do ws eat?" ; «H—Ditto. •, 411 i Otto, con fnrlso. Ml—Bnt as OP ft* 4Bpper I MMteitt storing cargo of milk. Pur. potato chips, oaks, water and earn. I st to explain tally >f "idiosyncrasy." Ity" and "Socra 4at—Decides parents are numb skulls and accumulates pet pup. one air rtfle. three unripe apricots, wad Of oOy waste dropped from a street car aad placed for safe keeping on table aad four small rocks parked on ths female parent's boudoir in mala parent's favorite ash tray, re tires to lawn aad calls loudly for playmates. 4 I? Wings neighbor's pet kitten with air rifle and then, sheds tears of sympathy for cruelty. # 5 21 —Caught rating grssn wind fall apples. Q|ven castor oil and •est 14 his room for disobedience. 4:2J—Uncanny silence. 4:26—Unearthly howl and loud •plash frtftn bathroom. 43? Rescued from bathtub. Which is doing duty as the North sea. terrific battles bf Jutland and being put on for playmate s benefit With the aid of one tin boat, one Wooden boat and four sticks of wood. [ 121—Undressed, dried and put to bed. 4:44—Silence again. 5* S:4S—Asks for pup. * Hi—Asks for toy train. S 44—Asks for disreputable doll Which be calls Jim." 4:44 Asks for bread and peanut liutter. 4:44 —Asks for girl friend to come In and read to him. s:4?—Asks for building blocks. 4:44-—Asks for drink of water. 6:4? —Wants more water. Told to get up and get it. Gets up and goes Into kitchen. 4.Hl—Discovered on lawn using hose to slues down dry lingerie on neighhoi s line. Explains that the hose slipped. 4:02—"0h. why did you spank him so hard? He's just a little feller and he didn't mean anything wrong and ■ Well, you know how It goes. 4 07 —Given candy peace offering by male parent, with whispered ad monition to keep it a secret from fe male parent. Immediately yells "Oh. thank you, .daddy, for the lovely candy." 4.07 V4 —Male parent In disgrace Keels guilty as the devil. I:4) Put to bed again. 4 10—Protests that he has forgot- I en to kiss male pir»-nt goodnight. ' 4:11 —Kisses male parent good ight and Is advised to wipe candy ehrls from mouth. 4:ls—Gets last., final XXX three •tar complete night extra drink of Water, « 17—"The HI chenibr "Yfah, he looks peaceful enough —when he's a/deep." • • • K.%SY "My dear," aald the eminent sur geon's wlf». "I shall need a new fur Coat thla year." "All right," wild the great man, Til look over my list and find aome On" who can afford an operation for appendicitis." • • • "Your husband says he b-a<h a dog's life," said one woman. "I'mi, It's quite similar," an- P m «>--Ted the other. "He comen in with mtid«l> feet, makes hlnv sw4f comfortable by the fire, growls a few times and waits to be fed." • « • I.lfe la too abort for moat of the king apeeclica. I'**!* thl* mi a ami mall II lo ><Hir Irlrnili In lh» Kant. T'-ll Ihfm Out I Nr aillr* hl|hM Irnnprntliirn Ali en- 3 wan 7*. «»„ SI. At noon Vii(n>l I II km 51. Tonight and Fruiay, fair; moderate Masterly mi «</,«. Dentist a Dr. Jckyl and Hyde? Debonair Town Favorite as Suave as Ever Just Be fore Alleged Killing FIRST OF FIVE ARTICLES BY mm I. BOAI.T RO>KB( R«i, Ore.. Aug 4 [ The metainorpttaei* of Dr. RJrh ! ard Brum field occurred a few mmute* *f«er 6:30 <>'< tsrk on the evening of July 18. It *nu at I JO that the doctor ar lived at th# Boss Handy Kitchen, ate a dish of Ice crnun with evident relish, and chatted pleasantly with friends. He was. at that moment, the Dr Flmmflrl l that Rosetiurg had known and respected for year* —a com mindtng figure of a man. tall and well set up, clothed In impeccable, al most foppish, babllamenta, and on Um right aid* of 40. WAS COOL AM) NKKKNK, AS USUAL Altho the evening wma sultry, the doctor seemed. as usual, cool and serene. ll* thanked tha waitress punctiliously for ssnrlng him. tie dabtwd hla high, white forehead with a square of snowy linen. He sat upon his head a straw hat of floe and costly texture. He nodded to acquaintances aa he sauntered to the door, lis Stepped Into his watting automobile—a snappy Klgtn Hi* with red disc wheel*--and drove away. At about 4 o'clock be killed a man. according to a skillfully conceived but bungllngly executed plan. IN SHOKT TIME. DR. JKKYL BECAME MR IfVDfZ H wajk then, some time between 430 and I o'clock that ths meta morphosis occurred that changed Dr. Brum field from a respected lewder In rtosehurg society to a killer. It Is to that metamorphosis, so sudden (Turn to Fags 7, ( olumn S| SCHOONER AND GREW ARRESTED Wine-Laden Vessel Taken by Guard Cutter Capture of the wlne-lsAen schoon er Taroma. of Los Angeles, and the arrest of her crew by coast guard officers was reported here at noon Thursday. A ring of boose runners that has been employing four or five boats to brtng California wine Into Seattle Is believed broken. The Tacoma Is being towed to Se attle by the coast guard cutter Guard. News of the capture was received at coast guard headquarters by wire less from Gunner F. C. Green, mas ter of the Guard. The seizure Is be lieved to have been made In the »l clnity of Friday Harbor. Federal prohibition agents stated Thursday their opinion that the Ta coma was one of several v. seels known to be supplying Seattle with California wines. FIST FIGHT THIEF? Michael McCarty, 22. Is held on an open charge In city jail accuiwd of robbing Gus Gustafson. 34. of a quantity of small change and valu able papers In a fist fight. at First ave. and Battery St.. Wednesday night. Gustafson said he was at tacked by three men. one of whom was McCarthy. A complaint will »m> filed agulnnt McCarty in federal court, it was stated. 13, ASKS DIVORCE NOBLBSVIIXK, Ind . Aug. 4.—A 1 J-year-old bride In her divorce mm plaint on file her* today charged that her husband, Floyd Moore, car ried photographs of other girls In hi* pocket*. They have been married since butt May. COLLAR PRICE DOWN Old HI Cost of Dying revived an other body blow thla morning, when B>->Utle r«tall clothing dealers and haberdaahers announced a 6-cent eut on oolbtra, to 20 cent* apiece. The announcement follow* the cut of 214 cent* by the manufacture^*. HE RAN WHEN ASKED Alex Jlroualea, »*, waiter, nuide the mistake of running when dry squad men asked him what he bad on hi* hip. He wo* arrested and a pint of grapo I* held as evidence against him. Broualea waa released oa $5OO bond. The Seattle Star Knl«f«d aa Bafond Cla«» Matin May I, lilt, at Ihn Toalofflra at flraltln. Wuh, umlcr tha Act of Cottar*** Man h I. 1179 r»r T«ar. br Mall. |l to IJ MOTHER REFUSES TO GIVE SON WEDDING PRESENT: MURDERED BOOHKVILUC. I ltd.. Auk. 4 Formal charges of murdering hla mother »»(* to tw filed today i*aln«t liolllr I>effendoll, 22 Jrim old. The mother's body waa found In the woods near IMlrnan late yeeterday with the head blown off by a shotgun. William Deffen<b>n. IT, told an thortties hla brother killed their mother because ahe wouldn't (Ira him the houaehold furniture a* Itollle'a fiance demanded. Dqllle and Mia Nellls Shop taugh were planning to be mar ried, William said. but tha girl said hrr home had to be furnished before the ceremony. COMES HOME TO DIE PORTLAND, Aug 4—GOttlelM and Julia Schmidt kA had been mar rted 40 year*. Four month* ago they quarreled. Ootllelbi left. Yesterday he waa found dead an der ths roam bushes In the bark yard of hla old home, when* hla wife still waled She found him eo "He wax coming home to me -He needed me." the old woman sobbed "Bui he died before I could see him." ODD ANIMAL CAUGHT BERKELEY. CaJ, Aug. 4.—A Ut- Ue animal at flnrt thought to be the "missing Unk' la captive here. It haa a faos like a man, tall Ilka • squirrel, hand* resembling those of a human, aad Jabber* a distinctive lln go. It Is about q, toot tail and dark brown. Pslm slty ft California •vrtentUrta will be aakrd to define Ita speclea. PHOTOS MYSTERJOUS SUPERIOR, Win. Aus 4 Th« hidjr of Arthur A. MeDonald. 40. wa* found hanging tx forr « Mim tad ml painted rroaa lo tha parlor of hla homo hw«, Mil« the My wara two myatwl oua pMopipht of hlmaelf In hla pnatur* of drath. taken thre* dajra »fo WOMEN BEAT EDITOR HONOM.ru,*. T H, Aug 4—The office of ths Korean Times was wrecked during ths night by a mob of Korean men snd women. The women beat the editor. The men wrecked the furniture. pre*ses and machinery. "COPS" IN HOLD-UP Firing twice Into the air as they approached, two chugbike bandits, posing as speed oops, held up the Everett-Seattle motor stags near Bothell Wednesday night. After examining the car closely, they fled. Driver John Salisbury re ported Thursday. PRISONERS FREED? WASHINGTON. Aug. 4. The state department today received a cable from Its representative In Riga stating that the bolshevik mission there had received unofficial Infor mation that the American prisoners In Russia had been released. PAT GETS HEAT ON Arrested Tuesday night at Seventh ave. and Weller st.. while drinking a can of canned beat. Patrick Beardon. 39. was found sweeping the floors of the city Jail Thursday morning by his wife, who thought he had been kidnaped. PEDDLER DIES RICH PITTSBURG, Aug. 4 —lsaac Kauf maun. 70, died here a few days ago. Born In Germany, he came here pen niless and begun pedilllng. In 60 years he owned one of America's largest department stores. BYNG ON HIS WAY LONDON, Aug. 4.—hord Byng left Dondon today for Canada to be come governor general of the domin ion. He departed for Liverpool where be was to board the Empress of France for the voyage to Qucbec. N. Y. SEES SNAKES NEW YORK. Aug 4.—New York em forgot It wm "dry" when a Nix foot rattler *lld from a telephone booth In a mllway terminal. Tenant* are afraid they'll win 1100 offered for 14* return. WANT BRIGHT IDEA l>on't forget It August 9. Cov. Hart's tax reduction committee meets at 10:30 a. m. that day, at Gl2 Hinckley block. Beeves Aylmore, necretary, wants suggestion on how to cut taxes. LIKE SATURDAY! KMl*oniA. Knn.. Aug. 4.—Bath tubs were full today. Commissioner Dyer revoked the rule of bathing In more than four Inchea of water when a bouvy rain feli. On the Issue of Americanism There Can Be No Compromise SEATTLE, WASH., THURSDAY. AUGUST 4, 1921. Taxes May Go Higher, Is Warning Reduction Impossible, Mel lon Tells House Ways and Means Committee MAY REQUIRE MORE WASHINGTON. Aug 4—The prr«#ui high Uim mul br In rrrjiwd approximately t-M.Mtr 900 a >r«r if Itw C'vrnmrnl U to meet al) H» ripnriUum dor- Ins Ihe pmwnl floral year, Her rwtary Mellon U>4aj Informed tha Ihmim wa>» and mean* commit* lor, which la rndratoring lor» due* taxna Melton frankly atated that on tha prraent baa la of estimated rioendl Iturea for the current jraar reduction of the preaent ui la lmpoMlble. Should tha tariff bill be delayed pant I January I. an additional (T0.000.M0 in Internal Uita would b* nrcraaary. ha aaid. Mellon gara the commute* a oom pl«"t* review of tha difficult flacal i altuatlon facing tha government. ll* jeat:mated the yield* of the varleua 'new laxnt Which ba augjreated. In eluding the lev lea on autqfnoblla* bank che, ka. tn<-r«aaed porta ra and higher rate* on tobacco and cigareta. Ilia flgurea reeval tha bin atgmp In government r«*K Ipta during the laat year. ta«t year tha revenue* amounted to C 5.000.600. Mellon »aid. or 11.000.009.000 In •>(«« of tha revenue* enlmated to ba nerea •ary for IJII The alump In govern ment receipt*, however, la eatimated at »1.400.000 000 f. I*. STII.I, SI'KNDING tIO.IHM.OOO A DA* Mellon revealed tha expenditure* In July wera greater than the mime month laat year and atated that un lea* more rigid economy «u prac ticed hla eatlmatea would bo exceed lad. Tha government I* atlll rpendlng | more than 110.000.004 a day. j T)orrllnary expenae* for July. IMI," he aald. "amounted to about U13.000.000 aa agalnat 1307.000.000 for July. 1010. while Uie current defl« It for July. 1»I1, ww about till.- 000.000 aa agalnat |;«.000,000 for July. 1»20." Mellon declared that hla program for revenue rerlalon with the aaidat anca of the new tariff bill would ralaa I4.00J.&00.000 for the current y«*r aa agaimrt an eatlmated need of 14.200,000.000. Ife win of the opin ion that 1360 000 000 out of the 14. tSO.OOQ.OOO grand total expendlturea can be obtained from aalvage of war materials. A new tag Incraaae waa -uggeated by Mellon today. It waa the doubling of tha present docu mentary a tamp taxea. aaying J3O. 000000 could bo obtained In thl* manner. JITNEY VICTIM DIES OF HURTS Trygve Klock, 4. son of John Klork. alruife by a Jitney near hi* home, 124 N. ?»th St.. Sunday, while playing In the street. died In Provi dence hospital at 4.43 a. m. Thursday without regaining consciousness. Don llomman, 13« N 7»th at., drlr er. will proliably be tried by a roro ner's Jury I-'riday morning. Another Boy Struck and Seriously Hurt Jack 10, perhaps fatally Injured at noon Thursday, when he vteppod from the curb at Fremont ave. and Kwlng »t. Into the path of an auto driven by ft. W. Cunning ham, I*. 6437 I-itona a»«. Jack's skull was fractured and his ahoulrli-r blade broken. Cunningham rushed him to lakeside hoslptal. I>eputjr Sheriff J. W. Dill wit n"*wd the accident. He arrested Cunningham. Jack wa« living at the ftythep Child home and wax on hia way to see hie mother, Mr*. Mary Heva, who lives at 936 W. «lxt at 16-Month-Old Baby Hurled by Crash ITurlfMl thm th« air, but practl cnlly unhurt when ho fell to the sidewalk, baby Ororge Wendell, It months old, Mca|Kid serious Injury Wednesday afternoon when the auto In which he was sitting was rammed at Fifth ave. and Bike »t. by an auto driven by Robert Cameron, 1540 Westlake ave. Fewer hahle* are born In June than in any other month. Seattle Tenors Exalted Ktrle and Kelly Are Praised at America's Greatest May Fill Caruso's Shoes Theo Karle and (inset) Patrick Kelly, Seattle's two prospective u-orld'a greatest tenors. Who la to fill Caruso's shoes? Win It b« Theo Karle, unquestion ably th« foremost concert tenor In America today? Or will It l«e Patrick Kelly, this city's latest 'wonder of the musical stage? That the world's greatest tenor, now. after Caruso, will he on* of these two Seattle songsters. Is Ito protnble not In the least. "Karle was the musical sensation of 191&-1 A In New York," says the Musical Courier. ll# performed In "The Wayfarer" In New York for two years and sang every night for si* weeks in high I) flat In Kosainl's "Cajus Anlmam." The New York Run deobirrd It lo lie the "most wonderful exhi bition of consistent singing ever heard In New York." He sang for Harrison Wilde, a no ted musician and critic, In Chicago, In 1915. Wilde refused to hear him at first, but after considerable per suasion assented. -As K;irle finished, Wilde exclaimed: "Yoiyig man, you're greatr* It was a rare compliment. Wilde, PROBE KILLING OF TAXI DRIVER SPOKANE,. Aug. 4.—T>oe* James O'Brien, desperado, wounded In a fight with Sheriff George B. Italy |it Mount Vernon, Wash., when hia partner, Jack L. Swiggett, waa killed lust week, know the circumstances attending the murder of Lee Stater, taxi driver, here several weeks a<ro? I'oUce Chief Weir haa asked the Mount Vernon authorities to make a I thoro Investigation of O'Brien's re 'cent actlvhJes, following word from j Sheriff Beay that O'Brien displayed unitau.il nervousness for the first time when Slater's death waa men jtloncd to him. O'Brien Is known to have been In the vicinity of Spokine when Slater mysteriously disap peared. leaving his taxi parked In a fashionable aection of the city. Slater's body, bound hand and foot, was taken from the river above here several days later. [director of the Apollo flub In Chlca ■ go. begged the singer to perform for I the rlub He did so—five times. And j won Chicago's plaudltii. iTof. Clifford W. Kantner. SO# Spring st., one of Seattle's leading teacher* of voice, knew Karle when ' he began taking lessons here In 1810 under Vrof. Edwin J. Myer. "I consider Karle the greatest : concert artist In the United Stales," said Kaniner. "I believe he la held In like e.*te«-n» by every critic In Se | attle, If not In America. He has not I yet ventured Into the operatic ; field." Kelly, on the other hand. has. and la proving hia superiority as a i tenor. • , I Kelly was a student under Kant ners Instruction for two years and Is now under five year contract with I the Kan Carlo Opera company In New York. He was heard here when the opera company played this city ,i few yearg ago. "Here Is a .tenor with * ringing lyric voice destined for a big career," says the New Vork Sun, criticising Kelly. So—who Is to fill Caruso's shoes? Wanted $4OO for a $l5O Car; Arrested Keenan Cheadle waa arrested Wednesday morning on a charge of making false proof of law. Keenan. tt Is aald. repreaented the price he paid for an automobile to be 1500, to the Northern Insurance company. When the auto wan stolen last week he demanded $4OO Insurant**. I'pon Investigation It waa found that Keenan had paid $l5O for the car. WIDOW GETS $15,000 An order disposing of the estate of Howard I. Sawyer, murdered Se attle Inventor, was filed tn superior court Thursday. The order place* the estate, valued at $15,000, entirely In the hands of Madge Anna Sawyer, the widow, re cently acquitted of killing her hus band. Two hundred and Milrtoen firms engaged In making coal tar products last year, and 82 In producing dye* alone. 7late Jg EDITION Curtain Is Rung Down on Caruso World's Beloved Tenor Passes From Stage as Thousands Mourn MONSTER FUNERAL «T CAWIIJ.O CIAN'FARRA (I'nited Pttm Staff Correspondent) NAFIJW. Aug. I—Knriro1 —Knriro C%- roi>o puwd from the Mace day. Itasplte the solemnity of the funeral nervier* and the *rW which ail Napiea displayed. the frrllng persisted thai Canne merely had finished a part and that he waa retiring while the plaudit* of the audience echoed. Part of this fwling «as due to the magnificence of the funeral plans. The national and city government* co-operated to a»* that the higheat honor waa paid Caruso. King Vic tor Emmanuel personally saw to It that the famous Church of Han Fran cesco di Paloa should be the scene of the last ceremonies. Representa tives of the city of Nsples and of oth er countries paid a final tribute. MOI RNEJ) BY IMMBNSB THRONG!) AT CATHEDRAL, Mourned by immense throngs which parked the magnificent cathe dral and all the streets around tt. Ca ruso wa« committed to his Maker in solemn mass of requiem. , Music which would have delighted the great tenor during his life poured from a choir of 400 voices and from an orchestra. One of Caruso's closest friends, another tenor, de Lucca. <♦»* dur Ing the services. Severs! times his voice faltered, but be finished while many In the great building sobbed Thousand* who had failed to gain admission' to the church were packed about the wide areaway which lends to the entrance. The program for the funeral pro vided that the body should be taken to the cemetery this after noon to be laid In the family vault Until the hour of removal to the , church, the great tenor's body lay j In the hotel room where he breathed j his last. Caruso lay as he probably would if he had prepared the plana himself. Immaculate in evening dress, the stnds and the silver-burkled shoes, the 'tenor was as fastidiou* In his final ap pearance as he had been in life. His face, composed, lighted by per fumed eandlea, still showed the faint smile with which he had faced death. Music for the church service* was! provided by the great orchestra of i the Ran Carlo* theatre, whose instru ments often had been the foil for Caruso's great voice. MARVEL AT FORTITUDE OK IIIM WIDOW One of the marvels of Neapolitans was the fortitude of the widow. Plainly grief-stricken, she calmly su perintended details of the funeral and discussed the singer's business affairs with his agent*. The widow has announced that she will make her home In Italy hereaft er. retaining the great villa near here fur her re*idence Her daugh ter, Gloria, will be reared as an Ital ian. Mrs. Caruso will return to Ameri ca soon after the funeral, to close the estate there and superintend the removal of the tenor's art collections. Caruso, long before death, had se lected the former under secretary, Porzio, as hla executor. Poriio had a long conference with the widow today. Hpproving her plana for re turning to America. California Priest Murdered, Is Belief SAN FRANCISCO. Aug 4 —Belief that the Rev. Father Patrick Heslln. of the Holy Angels' church, Colma. Cal„ has been murdered. was ex pressed today by Constable Landtnl. •>f I>aly City. Lundlnt Immediately formed a posse and began a search of the hills around Colma and Daly City for some trace of the missing priest. Ku Klux Klan, White Robed, Holds Parade CONROK, Texas, Aug. 4.—Two hundred white-robed members of the Ku Klux Klan. led by a horse man carrying the Stars and Stripes and another bearing the fiery cros-* of the order, paraded here late ln.se night. The Impressive ceremony was given an atmosphere of warning by banners stating t at gambling and bootlegging must - s pp and that "we want no mulatto children." TWO CENTS IN SEATTLE BUSSES ASK TO RESUME Service Demanded by Cowen Park Folk; 18 Drivers Nabbed in Day Another victory «u mbUni by 6eatUo Jitney operator* Thursday, *hrn Acting Chief Jmtlrt Fullerton, of theaaprea* court, (TinUd the petition of 41 jltwnr* to apply for an order putting them under the retrain ing ord>r that now protect* the Inlerv roars In the MH.luthera suit. Whether the court order prevents the city from Interfering with the jit ney men waa referred immediately to Corporation Counaoi Walter F. Meier for a ruling. MaJ. Carl Keevea declared TTmro day moraine that he had received BO official notice of the supremo wuit decision, and that he would continue to arrest all Jitney operators except the *5 protected under the McGloth em auto. KKKVICK MAT BB AIJUIWED FOR N DATS If It Is decided that the 43 Jitney men are to be Included in the Mod McOlotbern suit. The new order, the motor huw» In town will be able to run for at least 20 days more. In an order granted by the preme court on July 22, the city tM restrained from Interfering with the *5 operators who bad Joined la the Mcfllothern cult. The new order If granted, would give the U peti tioners leave to Join In the petition for a rehearing, and would bar the city from molesting them on their routes. The exnet effect of Justice Fatter* ton's trder will not be known until the legal department rules oa the case. IIOMK OWNERS PREP AMI 1 DEMAND OS CITY i Home-owner* living fai the db> trlrt north of Cowan park wan preparing Thursday t* demaad Jitney imlM for that sertlaa. With <m motor buuei ruled off the streets by Superinleadeat of \ lltlttae Cart Kreves, the north Cow en park district was left practically withoat mat portation fsrilltiea. Hundred* of resident* living blocks beyond the end of the Cowen park car lines tramped angrily to aad from work Wednesday evening aad Thursday morning. It is expected that the home own en* of the section will demand that the city council grant permits for a sufficient number of Jitneys to serve the district. Approximately two-thirds of Lb* city's Jitneys were put out of boal netts Wednesday, and 18 drivers were Arrested for running in violation of the council edict. The only bussea running are the <5 protected by in junction proceedings in Uie McGloth ern suit, who have until August 20 to file a petition for a rehearing of their case. Des Moines Rides to Work on Tires Today BY HKRBKKT IJTTLE I'nHfd Prwts Staff Correspondent MSB MOINKN, la., Aug. 4 Street ram were a memory in lies Moines today. Seventy-two bun**, bit omni bus bndlrt on three-ton truck chassis, »m covering every street ear line in the city. I'erhaps It wan because peopl* didn't Jam the cars at the usual rush hours, but rather arose early and (Turn to Pan 7, Column 6) POOR OLD KING, BACK IN WILDS, KNOWS NOT MUSA HAS DESERTED! OAKLAND, CaU Au(. 4 Poor old King Rogo at the SwahilLs! Far off in Zuft»< ,£d he probably Is perfectly happy and doesn't know he hn« been deserted by Musa Ityram. Rut he has. Musa appeared before Naturali zation Clerk J. J. Kingston and today he has on file his applica tion for cltlaenshlp and a promise to renounce forever all loyalty to King Rogo. Musa came to America from his Swahill home with Dr. L. F. Herrlek, of Oakland, when he wa« iiged 16. lie now blacks shoes and makes them shine as brightly as his own black noM.